Hello Ratz, and a warm welcome and being a new mum, certainly has its difficulties, not that you would expect them to be like this, after being proud to carry your unborn child for 9 months, showing off to everyone how big your tummy has grown, so the anticipation of it being such a happy time once the baby is born can be for some completely different.
I'm not qualified to say but have learnt from experience, that new mums can develop PND, as my ex did with our second child, but you have to remember you have a 24/7 job, not only looking after the needs of your baby but also washing, cleaning, entertaining the baby and trying to make it go to sleep, while you are sleep deprived yourself, so you certainly have your hands full.
The family routine does change and it is possible that the husband also suffers from PND, I did, however, this shouldn't stop the two of you from trying to help each other and by no means should you be yelled at under any circumstance, because your body is trying to cope with the massive change it's been going through for the past year or so.
It may be helpful to suggest you ask him to see his doctor and this doesn't exclude you from getting the help you also need and this is important to know that you are getting the support you need from your doctor as well as posting here, where people understand what you are going through.
Please get back to us.