Talk to your partner: Communication is important in any relationship, and it is especially important to discuss your needs and concerns with your partner after giving birth.
Take it slow: It is important to give yourself time to heal and adjust to the physical and emotional changes after giving birth.
Practice self-care: Taking care of your physical and emotional well-being can help improve your overall well-being and sexual function.
Seek medical attention if needed: If you are experiencing persistent or severe changes in sexual function or if you are experiencing pain during intimacy, be sure to talk to your doctor. They can provide a proper diagnosis and treatment as needed.
Find ways to connect with your partner: It is important to maintain emotional intimacy with your partner, even if you are not ready for physical intimacy.
Remember that it is normal to experience changes in sexual function after giving birth, and it may take time to adjust.
It is important to be patient with yourself and to communicate with your partner about your needs and concerns.