Chelsea Skaggs, Founder of Postpartum Together, dishes up the truth about the impact that birth and early motherhood can have on your sex life and romantic relationship.
Just because you may get the all-clear to start having sex again after your six-week postpartum check-up, you may not even feel close to ready. Many new moms (and new dads!) face a decreased sex drive after welcoming a baby into their homes. Blame lack of sleep, the pressure of new childcare responsibilities, and possibly higher anxiety.
Chelsea helps us understand the shared experiences that many moms are having in the bedroom and gives us practical tips on how to get our emotional and physical needs met in non-conventional ways.
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