Pregnancy and childbirth cause a really profound impact on the body, and it’s very common to worry about returning to a normal sex life after having a child. For those who are experiencing pregnancy for the first time, it can be difficult to know what to expect. Some discomfort as the body heals after childbirth is not unusual, but it can be difficult to tell what is normal and what may be cause for alarm. Pain and sexual dysfunction are common among people who have recently given birth, but they are not normal, and they can very often be alleviated through medical treatment.

How is sex different postpartum?

You should wait until after your check-up six weeks following childbirth before you attempt sexual intercourse. Once cleared for intercourse, every person’s experience is different, depending on the size of the baby, the delivery itself, your prepartum pelvic floor state, and your hormones. The body has an amazing way of healing after childbirth, and you should be able to return to your baseline level of enjoying intercourse, especially if you undergo a postpartum rehabilitation program to rehabilitate your pelvis after childbirth.

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