I know seems like a silly question but as I went through reading things online about what to expect after birth I ran across some information that may have just scared the s$#t out of me!
This is our first child so if youve had children before this pregnancy and dont mind answering..Did you find any difference in the tightness and sensitivity in your vagina after giving birth??
I was reading some women notice no difference, others say it seems tighter other say seem looser and theyve lost alot of sensitivity! The last answer seemed to be the most given . And some comments left about what their husbands said really freaked me out!
I know I know I should just be happy to have a healthy baby and to have this oppurtunity but it doesnt mean I dont worry about my sex life or how my body will forever be changed!
Hiya, after I had Zac. Everything returned to normal, I have to admit that I was a little concerned that I would have a baby sized vagina.
Honestly, I can safely say it has definately got it's shape back. Xxx
I've had 2 children and whilst I have probably changed in size I think it is only a very small amount. I've never had any complaints and my ex said there was no difference after my son. As for sensitivity I haven't noticed any difference except I think my orgasms are stronger, which isn't a bad thing! Just remember those pelvic floors! They really do help!
I was concerned with my first too! But everything was absolutely back to normal fairly quickly. Don't sweat it. I did the occasional levels prior to the birth but nothing much. U might want to try those to feel like u r doing something proactive!
Love this thread - have to admit I've been worrying about this issue, too!
glad Im not the only one who worries about this! But I think its on everyones mind at some point! Doesnt help that everyone says "youre pushing something the size of a watermelon out of something the size of a grape!" those comments should be banned to pregnant women!
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