Men are visual animals, and women are not. After ten months of pregnancy, the pregnant mother’s body has undergone many changes, such as swelling, edema and so on. After the birth of the baby, surgical scars, stretch marks and so on are still visible, which causes the new mother not confident to display freely in front of the new father.
Forty percent of new mothers have lower self-esteem, which affects sexual intercourse.
For new mothers, it’s fun to have a baby, but it’s still stressful. After giving birth to the baby, the body changes dramatically, the skin relaxes, there are spots on the face, and there are many pregnancy marks on the stomach and thighs. Compared with herself before pregnancy, it’s really Huang’s feeling. Therefore, the new mother is naturally afraid of her new father’s abandonment. Data show that nearly 40% of new mothers are resistant to sexual intercourse because of lack of self-confidence.
On the other hand, many pregnant mothers have experienced various physical ups and downs such as vomiting, fatigue, spontaneous delivery or caesarean section, especially in the process of production, which consumes almost all the energy and physical strength of the new mothers. After several or even dozens of hours of pain, the vagina becomes fragile and takes time to recover. Therefore, many new mothers in the first few months are exhausted, therefore, the couple’s sexual intercourse also appears to be lack of interest.
Of course, there are also some new mothers who neglect their daily life because they attach too much importance to their babies. For example, some old children, or babies who have experienced multiple abortions, the new mother will naturally devote herself to the baby. This is also a reflection of maternal love, but may not be well expressed.
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Page 1: 40% of new mothers have lower self-esteem and influence sexual intercourse
Page 2: Postpartum sexual desire is also affected by hormones
Page 3: Postpartum sexual intercourse, three ways to make love better
Page 4: Postpartum sexual intercourse, contraceptive methods vary from person to person