Zulresso Testimonial

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I’ve had many people reach out to me asking me how my treatment went with the new postpartum depression IV infusion drug, Zulresso (brexanolone) so I wanted to give an update.
Honestly… I am shocked at how good I feel! I won’t lie, I was at a point in this journey that I was skeptical that anything could help me anymore. And a 60 hour IV infusion to magically take away the worst mental pain I’ve ever experienced? I’ve been through the ringer with psychiatrists and medications and therapy and I was still in a dark dark place. I didn’t really think it would work. I was at the lowest point of my life, absolute rock bottom when I agreed to go out of town for 3 days and sit in a room hooked up to an IV.
I figured “what do I have to lose? I already lost myself.”
I’m only 5 days post treatment and I can truely say that I feel SO MUCH better. I feel hope and happiness that I forgot was even possible. I don’t know what the future will hold but I’m grateful for how I feel today.

Anyways, I am so thankful for modern medicine, excellent patient care, and answered prayers for healing. There is hope for those suffering with postpartum depression. Don’t give up! Your kids are worth it. YOU are worth it!
#maternalmentalhealth #sagetherapeutics #IKARE

Alaina L. 5/22/2019

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“I didn’t think there was any difference, initially, and I got really upset about it. I was like, ‘I just went through three days of doing this, I needed a miracle. What is going on?’ By about day two, though, two days out from the treatment, I started feeling a lot better. I woke up and I was like, ‘Something’s different. I don’t feel like I have a big black cloud hanging over me,'” Lander said.

“Then, she said she started to feel better with each day that passed.

Now, one week out from the treatment: “I feel like my prayers have been answered,” Lander said. “It’s so relieving to feel like I have a hold of my life again.” “I finally got the treatment I deserved, and I feel the way I deserve and my kids have the mom they deserve,” Lander said. Lander was informed she could not breastfeed during the treatment or for 12 hours after the treatment was finished.