Problems in the bedroom? Is discomfort or pain getting in the way?
Many women get to a point in their life where sex becomes a scheduled task. They quite possibly dread it but know they must do it so their partner will continue to feel valued and loved. One worrisome thought is that your relationship could fail or your partner would cheat or leave perhaps if they aren’t getting the “love” or “feeling loved.”That is scary and a huge burden to put on yourself. We never want you to feel like you have to just grit your teeth through sex because of discomfort or pain.
This can be scary for most moms. Let's be honest. You grew a human in your belly, aka uterus, which is connected to your cervix which then expands to let the baby out or is cut open to pull the baby out. That may be graphic or hard to hear but birth is real. Both types of deliveries are massive events on a women’s body. Some women have lots of sex during pregnancy, others have very little or none. Whichever category you fall into, thinking about having sex or being intimate after you have just had a human extracted from your body is pretty hard to wrap your head around
Author: Allison Feldt
"We Help Women Through Pregnancy And Beyond So They Can Live Active, Confident And Healthy Lives To Prevent Surgery And The Need For Medications."