Sex when trying to get pregnant can be fun and exhilarating in the beginning. But as the months or years go by, sex can turn into a source of frustration and stress.
Trying to get pregnant can make us forget that sex is more than intercourse. Sure, you need intercourse to get pregnant. But you don’t need intercourse to show love and affection to each other.
Infertility can bring up feelings of shame for men and women. It’s common for women to feel less like a woman and for men with infertility to feel less manly. Even if you once felt sexy and attractive in the past, infertility can change how you see yourself.
How can you improve your sex life while trying to get pregnant or if you have just had a baby?
What should you expect in the bedroom postpartum?
Are you worried you won’t feel sexy and that things will be different down there?
Will it hurt?
What is sex like after the baby?
These are all questions Clinical Sexologist Dr. Stacy can address during your sessions.
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