She also suffered bouts of paranoia during which she worried that the pregnancy would result in miscarriage and later that her kids would be kidnapped.
“I thought I would jinx it,” Suleman told doctors, according to the LA Times.
“It’s the most wonderful, best thing that’s ever happened in my life . . . I was still thinking it’s too good to be true . . . When you have a history of miscarriages, you think it will take a miracle.”
Doctors said in the report that her depression was the result of “the powerful and uncontrollable emotions associated with her pregnancy.”
Others diagnosed her with post-traumatic stress disorder.