Communicate with your partner: Open and honest communication with your partner can help you both understand and address any changes or concerns you may have about your sexual relationship.
Be patient: It can take time for your body to heal after giving birth, and it's important to be patient with yourself and your partner.
Talk to your healthcare provider: If you have any concerns about your physical recovery or sexual function, don't hesitate to discuss them with your healthcare provider. They can provide guidance and support.
Find time for intimacy: It can be difficult to find time for intimacy when you have a newborn, but it's important to make an effort to prioritize your relationship with your partner. This could be as simple as carving out a few minutes for a date night or finding small ways to connect with your partner throughout the day.
Seek support: If you're struggling to adjust to the changes in your sexual relationship after giving birth, consider seeking support from a therapist or a support group.
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