After experiencing a long pregnancy and severe pain during childbirth, many new mothers have fallen into the embarrassment of lacking sex. According to a survey, 53% of postpartum women experience low libido within 8 weeks. Even if the wound is completely healed, 49% of people still have sexual desire that cannot return to the normal level before pregnancy one year later. Apart from physiological reasons, this is largely caused by psychological reasons.
In addition to overwork and reproductive system diseases, improper contraceptive measures are the main reasons for greatly reducing maternal sexual desire. After more than ten months of no intimate contact, my husband certainly wants to be satisfied. At precisely this time, due to various conditions that occur during childbirth, the uterus may not be able to fully recover immediately.
The Best Time for Postpartum Sexual Recovery
Generally speaking, the best time to resume sexual activity is 6-8 weeks postpartum, as expectant mothers may experience significant physical changes during pregnancy, and these states usually need to gradually recover after 6 weeks postpartum. Many postpartum women undergo a period of recuperation, and their perineal wounds have already healed. However, during their first marital life, they may also experience wound dehiscence and bleeding. The originally good moment of entertainment suddenly turned into silent pain.
Some women have not taken effective contraceptive measures after childbirth. When having sex, one is always on tenterhooks due to fear of pregnancy; In addition, some couples adopt the method of interrupting sexual intercourse for contraception, and they always interrupt sexual intercourse when the “sexual” interest is strong and the wife is approaching orgasm, which may lead to sexual apathy over time.
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