Sometimes my hubby says im too tight that he feels uncomfortable lol. How does it stretch for childbirth? She now plans to stay with the story until they turn There's no right or wrong way of having a relationship with your vagina, and yet having or not having one can…. I also waited a very long time before having sex afterwards 8 months or more. It's hugely irresponsible for people to be going around saying that everything goes back to normal and that a vaginal birth is the best way to go. It's not terrible, and sex still feels good, but it's just a lot more open
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After you deliver a baby, forget it! Also there is always a little bit of vagina vault descent after a birth. I don't know why it bothers me. No matter what measures you take, rest assured that your vagina was built to handle childbirth, and it will be back to its old self in time. In fact, some couples find that having a baby makes them feel closer and they enjoy sex even more. Maternal bodies, bodies that have given birth and shown the signs are normal too. October 14, at
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A man who attempts intercourse before the woman is fully aroused—before her vagina has relaxed and become well lubricated—is either sexually unsophisticated or a boor. We compare 27 medical aid plans for you Mom vs. I totally believe that one here. Too much hate here for women who make educated decisions about birth either for c-section or natural birth. Some women opt for c-section delivery to protect their vagina from the trauma of natural delivery. I also only gained 25 lbs and I have more stretch marks and my body changed more than when I gained 45 with my first.
I was pro-natural childbirth and absolutely didnt want a c-section - but at 3 months PP - wish i had. THAT'S a real man, not you selfish men who cheat on the woman who loves you for all eternity. Trying to have much sex with 2 young kids is the hardest part, really! While breastfeeding, the levels of estrogen in your body remains low to ensure delayed ovulation and getting pregnant again. Within six months after delivery, the typical young woman's vagina feels pretty much how it was before she gave birth. As the pregnancy progressed I felt out of breath faster and also my pubic bone felt as though a meat cleaver was wedged in it. It's not terrible, and sex still feels good, but it's just a lot more open