Check out that website, I found it really , really helpful. It has an entire list of symptoms of ppd. The woman who made the web site had ppd really bad, and went on to help other people.
I was just diagnosed with it recently, I had the "symptoms" of it for well over a month before I decided to ask for help. I kinda knew I had it, but I was denying it to myself, which isn't smart because the people that run into real problems with ppd are the ones who ignore it.
I finally said something to my Mom and Husband, and went to a Dr. She prescribed me Lexapro (an antidepressant) and explained me that PPD is a fairly easy thing to treat, especially if caught early.
As far as my symptoms - I didn't feel very attached to my Baby, I didn't have a huge desire to hold him. Feeding and changing him seemed more like a chore than something I enjoyed doing for him. I wanted to stay in bed all the time. I cried randomly - especially when I was alone. His screams drove me CRAZY. I felt trapped, and that my life was never going to be the same, or "good" again.
And the list goes on...
My suggestion to you, is even if you think
you might have it - say something. It can't hurt, and if you think you might have it, chances are you probably do. There is no reason to suffer with it, and it DOES get better.
Good luck, and if you ever need to talk you can always send me a mssg.