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I’m not even talking about those extra pounds — even if you get back to your pre-pregnancy weight, the landscape of your body has been altered. Worse, you may even stop viewing yourself as a sexual being: You and your partner are now simply “Mommy” and “Daddy.” Postpartum depression.
New parents are almost always going to choose shuteye over sex. Eventually he or she will develop a regular sleep schedule and you’ll get a break. It’s true: Once you have a baby, your body changes. Your vagina about your body can harm your sex life more than any changes to your body itself. You carried this little being in your body for all those months — it’s only natural that now your focus is firmly on your baby. If that focus shifts too far from your relationship with your partner, your sex life can end up on the back burner.You might also find that you don’t view your breasts as an erogenous zone right now. Some women find that they leak or spray milk (called “letdown”) during orgasm, especially when they first start breastfeeding. Once barred from the delivery room, men are now invited — and expected — to be present at their child’s birth.They may be sore or tender to the touch, lick, or suck, so let your partner know what feels good. Because levels of the hormone estrogen drop during breastfeeding, you may notice that your vagina is dry and doesn’t lubricate as well as it should for comfortable sex. You may be able to prevent letdown by pumping your breasts or nursing your baby before sex, or wear a bra with pads to bed. For many guys, it’s an exciting, if nerve-wracking, experience.Fortunately, these feelings typically resolve within a few weeks of giving birth.If they last longer, you may have postpartum depression (PPD), a true libido killer.