FRK Sex after child-birth

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  1. Steven Gerrard

    Steven Gerrard I am not young enough to know everything OT Supporter

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    Im not going to post this in the main forum because Ill get a bunch of childish answers.

    For those who have had children, what is the sex like after the birth? How long do you have to wait? Is everything "looser" or is it more or less the same as before? Does the freaky go on hiatus for a short while and then come back, or is it gone for good?

    The wife and I have (and had) a great sex life, but with pregnancy it is more tame now... I just dont want that to be forever.
     
  2. Ninjarider

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    Funny, I was considering posting a similar question....

    Had a baby 4 months ago and yes, it's definitely different. She's just as tight but with catering to a baby 24/7, the energy for sex is not there (at least at the moment). She does however feel discomfort during penetration but is under the understanding that it is "somewhat normal" for the first few times.

    I was gonna post and ask how long after child birth had the women's sex organs start feeling the same as before child birth.

    Even though I miss the :naughty: I had gotten use to, it's well worth it everytime I see my daughter.
     
  3. TireSmokinSRT

    TireSmokinSRT Bring in the stunt cock

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    my son is 16 months old.

    my wife is basically as tight as before, just a bit more "wiggle room" but nothing real noticeable.

    For the first few months we didn't have much sex because we were both just tired, dealing with the baby etc...but once he started sleeping through the night (@ 8 weeks) we were able to regain our sex life and it didn't take long for her to be completely back up to speed (i'd say 4 months).

    As for her body, the only thing we noticed was that she couldn't stand her boobs/nipples to be touched while she was nursing, but since she only nursed for the first few months that went away quickly.

    oh and FYI, a woman's pussy can be just as beautiful after a natural birth as it was before a natural birth..in case you were worried ;)
     
  4. mrs0323

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    I waited about 4 weeks after I had my daughter, mainly due to bleeding issues. Sex was pretty much the same for me, as it was for the guy I was with at the time (my daughter's father dumped me when I was 2 months pregnant-never saw that ass again, lol). My energy was pretty shot for quite awhile, but then I was a single parent. And you didn't dare get near my boobs, they were killing me from breast-feeding as Tire remarked about his wife.

    Theoretically, you should wait to go at it again until after the doctor gives the go-ahead but I don't know a whole lot of women that stick to that rule.

    Something I'm encountering now is I'm due to have everything removed in the next few months or so and doctor has offered to "tighten things up" so to speak. I thought about it for about 3 seconds and said no, things were just fine. Discussed it with Mr. Man afterwards and he had a resounding "NO WAY DO YOU NEED THAT". I'll have to wait a minimum of 6 weeks after this surgery, which just SUCKS. Or means I'll be doing alot of sucking. I have a feeling I'm going to lose my mind going that long without........:sadwavey:

    Polar, kids just change things in a woman's head sometimes. It may be awhile before she is ready to go back to being wild and crazy or she may be up for it right away. Just depends on what her mind set is. Just be patient and don't push it.
     
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    TireSmokinSRT Bring in the stunt cock

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    i think most of that is genetic. Fortunately my wife barely changed at all
     
  6. DC2

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    It was definitely different for me. My wife pretty much lost her sex drive after birth. (She was very horny during pregnancy tho). It has been 16 months and it doesn't seem to be picking up at all. I have a feeling it is going to be like that from now on, so I don't even bother asking or trying to intimidate her anymore. The only time we have sex is when she somehow watched porn or read something related to sex, if not, I'll have to rape her.
     
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    TireSmokinSRT Bring in the stunt cock

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    im under different circumstances...but if i can go for almost a year without it i think you can handle 6 weeks :) good luck!
     
  9. Steven Gerrard

    Steven Gerrard I am not young enough to know everything OT Supporter

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    Thanks for the responses.

    Im not worried about our sex life as far as desire; she keeps telling me I better not lose interest... as if I would!!

    I just wanted to know if the experience was the same or if it was different. I think it depends on you and the woman.
     
  10. Primal

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    This is something I find myself wondering about. We are trying to get pregnant with our first child. Thank you guys for the replies here.
     
  11. DC2

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    regarding the sex... I do find her to have orgasm easier than before. She is a bit more sensitive than before... (not sure if it is the result of birth or is it the result of having little sex)
     
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    It has been 5 months for us, and my wife still has not regained her sex drive. We've had sex maybe 6 times since our baby was born. What sucks is that she seems to not care that we don't have sex either. I mention it and she says "so" or "yeah I know." She used to be so horney all the time. And talking to her about it does not help. :wtc:
     
  13. DC2

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    I am in the same situation. I even told her about having to watch porn and masterbate regularly... and she still didn't seem to care. Having the baby and doing the work didn't seem to be the reason that is stopping her sex drive. It is more like she just doesn't need it at all.
     
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    With my wife..

    1st son we waited for 2 weeks before having at it. She was just the same as before, nothing changed at all, not even the frequency.

    This 2nd son (who's 4 months now), the sex has gone to nearly none (maybe 2 or 3 times a week, 4 if we're lucky). This is due to this son is high maintainence, and the other son is 4 years old & knows what's goin on.....
     
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    2 or 3 times a week and you say it is nearly none????? Try 1 or 2 times a month. Before giving birth, it used to be every other day. now, if I can get once a week, I would be happy already.
     
  16. 4thgenceli

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    Before the first kid, we were more than twice a day (morning, and twice at night).

    Now... it's either the AM or PM only a few days a week.
     
  17. DC2

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    That is still very good. But I think age also makes a difference. When my wife was in the 20's, she was much more willing to have sex... as she got older, she has less desire. I bet you and your wife are still pretty young.
     
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    its been 9 months and my wife still has no desire
     
  19. aggielooker

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    It was probably 10 weeks after for the first time due to bleeding (they didn't tell me I could spot for up to 3 months). The first time was worse than losing my virginity it hurt so much. For the next couple of months, I still had some minor pain in the beginning. Now that we have our daughter home, it's been once in the last month and I'm going batty. It's not my lack of sex drive but his.
     

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