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Typically, a psychiatrist will want to prescribe you meds. But a psychologist or counselor/therapist will want to do talk therapy with you. In my experience, it is generally helpful to get a referral to a psychologist who specializes in postpartum mood issues. That psychologist can help you find a psychiatrist or work with your main doctor to get you the right prescriptions, should you need any.
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