In Health Tips by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 24th, December, 2017

Here Is Everything To Know About Having S.€x After Childbirth

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Your doctor may have warned you against having s* until at least six weeks after giving birth. Although there is no documented research to support this advice, many doctors still advise new moms to abide by the six week rule to prevent infection that may arise postpartum.

However, studies reveal that the cervix has closed and most incisions and lacerations have healed just two weeks postpartum.

Here are some things to know about s* after childbirth

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1. Wait until you are ready

It’s important to wait until you are emotionally and physically ready, whenever that might be. Some women have s* pretty soon after giving birth and for others it can take a lot longer. Both are okay- just wait until you feel ready and try not to put yourself under any pressure to do it sooner. –

2. It Might Feel Different

You’re probably wondering whether s* will feel different after the birth. No matter how you gave birth, whether you had a natural birth, a c-section or an assisted vaginal delivery, you might find that s* feels different, at least for a little while.

In fact, it could be downright uncomfortable. Remember, your body is still healing after the birth, and it can take a while for things to go back to normal. Unfortunately, there’s not much you can do about it. Keep doing your  exercises to encourage blood flow to the area .

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