Post partum sex

Postdelivery hormonal changes may make vaginal tissue thinner and more sensitive. However, most doctors recommend women wait four to six weeks following a vaginal delivery. After your doctor has given you the all clear to resume sexual activities, you may still need to take things slowly. You may also need to wait longer if you have a perineal tear or episiotomy.
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New Moms Reveal the Truth About Postpartum Sex

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New Moms Reveal the Truth About Postpartum Sex | Live Science

Sex after pregnancy might be the last thing on your mind. Understand what to expect and how to renew intimacy with your partner. Sex after pregnancy happens. First, however, vaginal soreness and exhaustion might take a toll.
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What to Expect from Sex After Giving Birth

How long after birth can you have sex, and what will it feel like? Follow this postpartum guide for having comfortable and enjoyable sex after pregnancy. The very thought of postpartum sex can seem exhausting for new mamas, especially given everything that's stacked against them: the lingering pain from delivery, raging hormones, baby blues or postpartum depression , weird body changes, and of course, the biggest libido-killing elephant in the room: the pure exhaustion a having a newborn.
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The first few weeks postpartum can be the most challenging for any new or seasoned mom. Whether you delivered vaginally or had a C-section, it takes time for your body to recover. Plus, with most of your energy focused on your newest arrival, getting back into the mood can be difficult. Although the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says there is no set time for when a woman can start having sex after baby, there are several factors to consider. If you had a vaginal delivery, your vagina is still healing from being stretched out and also possibly from an episiotomy or tear.
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