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When can I start having sex after giving birth?

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Doctors used to recommend that women wait until after 2 months postpartum checkup before resuming sex. Post that you can start whenever you feel ready. 

"You would know when you are ready to resume sexual activity so it’s up to you when you are ready!” Take your time and feel happy.

 
Posted : 22/12/2021 7:41 am
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