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. Read on for six common sex-after-pregnancy problems and the tips you need to get back in your groove. Even if it's been six weeks since you gave birth, your C-section wound has mostly healed, and you're no longer sore, you may still not want to have sex. Don't underestimate what your body is going through: Your hormones are changing dramatically, your uterus is shrinking, your C-section or episiotomy wounds are healing, and you're likely exhausted and overwhelmed caring for your new baby. Plus the hormones involved in breastfeeding can lower your libido. What to try: Take it easy on yourself. Let your partner know how you're feeling and foster closeness in other ways: cuddle, kiss, or simply play with your baby together.
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Many women pull out all the stops when it comes time to conceive. This should include fruits, vegetables, good proteins found in eggs, beans and nuts, whole grains, lean meats and dairy. You should get at least 1, mg of calcium each day.
Back to Sexual health. The vagina naturally changes after giving birth, and might feel wider, dry or sore for some time. Find out what to expect and the ways you can help speed up recovery. When you give birth, the baby travels through the cervix and out through the vagina also called the birth canal. The entrance to the vagina must stretch to allow the baby through.