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Dr. Kamala Ramachandra

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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3 Things You Need to Know about Post-Pregnancy Sex

IPHH Delhi, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Panchkarma, Diploma in Acupuncture
Sexologist, Gurgaon
3 Things You Need to Know about Post-Pregnancy Sex

Resuming sex post pregnancy can take some time as the woman has to go through the initial phase of vaginal soreness and perpetual exhaustion before she can think of having sex. Whether a woman gives birth vaginally or through cesarian section, her body will require time to heal itself; and it is advisable to resume the intercourse only six weeks after childbirth.

Here are some of the common sex problems post-pregnancy.

1) An eager partner - Your partner might be ready for sexual intercourse but you are not. Even if it is six weeks after giving birth, when the wound inside has mostly healed and perhaps you're not sore anymore, you still may not want to have sex. This is because the hormones in your body are drastically changing, and the uterus is gradually shrinking and your episiotomy wound is progressively healing. In such situations, one should take it slow. Cuddling, kissing and spooning are some of the ways closeness can be fostered.

2) Delicate and tender breasts - Breasts may become sore, heavy and leaky due to nursing your baby. And it is natural after breastfeeding the whole day, one may wat them to be left alone at night. Wearing a nursing top or a tank top during sex is advised. Nursing your baby right before sex can also help as your breasts won't be as full and achy.

3) Sex won't feel the same - It is natural that after delivering a baby, sex won't feel exactly the same. This is because the vaginal muscles would be temporarily stretched out. And there is a chance of temporary soreness and inflammation within the vagina. Kegel exercises may help to get back on track.

So, in case you're a woman and felt strange about not being up for sex post your pregnancy, there's absolutely nothing to be stressed about. And men, if you are reading this tip, your woman needs you to understand her even more after her becoming a mother; so, treat her with utmost care.

'Consult'.

Related Tip: Why Do Men and Women Respond Differently After Sex??

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I am nine weeks pregnant. Since a week or so, I am having tingling ness and slight pain at times in first two fingers and thumb of both hands. But since last two days, I am having severe pain in the fingers of left hand. At times the pain extends till shoulder. Can't even sleep at night. This is my second pregnancy. During first pregnancy, I had only tingling ness in those fingers, that to in last trimester. Need suggestions.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
I am nine weeks pregnant. Since a week or so, I am having tingling ness and slight pain at times in first two fingers...
Pregnancy swelling puts pressure on a key nerve in the wrists and causes the same aching and tingling symptoms most often associated with ergonomic strain and repetitive motion. If you're feeling this symptom more at night, it's because the fluids that accumulate in the lower part of your body during the day are redistributed elsewhere – including your hands – when you lie down (think of it as a kind of reverse gravity). And of course, if you've been at a computer all day long you’re in for a double whammy at nighttime. Luckily, though, this symptom should disappear after delivery as your swelling diminishes. WHAT YOU CAN DO Stretch it out. If you work at a computer or do any other activity that requires repetitive motion (like playing the piano or filing), take frequent hand-stretching breaks to relieve hand pain and tingling. Get in position. If you spend a lot of time at a computer typing, type gently and make sure your wrists are straight and your elbows are higher than your hands. Sleep well. Try not to sleep on your hands, and use a pillow to prop up your arms at night. Get the blood flowing. Shake your hands and wrists out frequently. At night, hang your hand over the side of the bed and shake it. Avoid triggers. It may help to limit or avoid caffeine and stay away from tobacco (which you should definitely be doing anyway). Buy a wrist brace. If your carpal tunnel is causing you a lot of pain, ask your practitioner what kind of brace to buy. Try alternative therapies. Acupuncture might help relieve hand pain — ask your practitioner for a recommendation. Talk to your doctor. He may be able to prescribe the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs usually prescribed for carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Im 20 years old. I had 2 times sex with my gf without protection. We both had 1st time. Later that I had sometimes muscle and joint aches. Itching near reproductive organ. I feared that I hiv. Please give suggestion.

Occupational Therapy (OT)
Occupational Therapist, Jaipur
Im 20 years old. I had 2 times sex with my gf without protection. We both had 1st time. Later that I had sometimes mu...
It might be improper hygiene. If none of you don't have same infection so can't contracted. It can be confirmed only by laboratory investigation. But it's better to take precautions further. It might be fungal infection so anti fungal help you. If at all clear doubt go for test by both of you.
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I had unprotected sex on my 15th day of cycle but my bf didn't finish inside me. My period this month started on 11th and ended on 13th. Should I take a ipill? I already too ipill this month on 21st. please help. What should I do.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
u shd take proper precaution as u are always vulnerable to have preg .as u areon 15th day u ve no other choice then to ve ipill
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I usually have breast pain 1 week before my period but this time I have breast pain 2 weeks before my cycle date actually. And even if not have sex in this cycle .my period started from may 25 -may 29. And pain started around June 6.and had sex on 23rd day of my cycle ?reason of pain?

MBBS, MD - Medicine, MD - Oncology
Oncologist, Delhi
I usually have breast pain 1 week before my period but this time I have breast pain 2 weeks before my cycle date actu...
You must be getting a condition called fibroadenosis. In this prior to menstriation you get pain. It is hormone related. Even then you need to under go physical examination.
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My sister is 6 months pregnant now she needs to whiten baby. Is there any treatments for this please guide me.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
My sister is 6 months pregnant now she needs to whiten baby. Is there any treatments for this please guide me.
There is no method to change the complexion which is genetically decided . It will depend on the colour of parents
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I was in physical relationship with one guy before two years, but my marriage fixed with another boy, I don't want to share with my fiance about my past life. So what will do? could you please suggested me so that physically he could not find that I had been physical with a guy.

M.B.B.S., F.I.C.A. (USA), P.G.D.I.H, F.C.G.P., D.C.A.H
Psychiatrist, Vadodara
I was  in physical relationship with one guy before two years, but my marriage fixed with another boy, I don't want t...
its very important matter of your life and avoid short cuts in this. Meet a sexologist nearby who can guide you in quality way. Value your marriage and sex life.
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As I am suffering from vomiting n stomach heavy n nt feeling to eat so I want to doctor today n I had a urine test it results to negative but doctor said dat as I have not delayed the periods for dat reason it come negative n is it possible to get positive result if I delay the period? N my stomach is also cramping n pinching from inside. Plss help me. I want a positive answer.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
As I am suffering from vomiting n stomach heavy n nt feeling to eat so I want to doctor today n I had a urine test it...
These symptoms before the meses are not suggestive of pregnancy. Stomach pain means your menses r round the corner. Pregnancy test is done 7 days after the missed period and not before the periods.
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Hi, I want to have sex with my wife with no condom, so suggest what would be the safest method to do it? Are contraceptive pills have any side effect on female body like if use 2 pills in a month? How about anal sex, is it safe if do twice in a month? Please reply with best Possible answer.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Hello- try sex on safe periods of menses in not using condoms. Yes contraceptive pill change the body physiology of women leading towards infertility in some cases. These pills alter ovulation which is responsible for pregnancy and after some time body itself starts showing irregularities in ovulation even after medicine withdrawal leading towards infertility.
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My boy baby stop the breast feeding I have some milk powder. This milk powder without sugar. I can add sugar it is right or wrong.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
no milk powder is not recommended as it already has sugar in it. There are certain specific formula milks available for the infants and should deb taken in consultation with the pediatrician.
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