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 depressionweird body changes, and of course, the biggest libido-killing elephant in the room: the pure exhaustion a having a newborn.
While your doctor will likely give you the green light for intercourse four to six weeks after childbirth, that doesn't mean your post-pregnancy sex life will snap back to what it was before the arrival of your baby.
Whether you give birth vaginally or your baby enters the world via C-sectionchildbirth can throw your sex life for a loop. From milk leakage to vaginal tightness, they did not hesitate to go there. While it's one thing to have experts share their thoughts, it's a whole other one to get input from real women.
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