can u have anal sex using a condom after a week after having my baby my body seems fine and im not bleeding???
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Betterturtles235 - posted on 06/13/2014
Me and my Fiancee are having this SAME issue. I JUST had my baby a week ago. We have NEVER been more horny in our entire lives(lives together anyway lol) I suck him off but its hard for him to finish that way and im starting to get frustrated over here. We agreed we would wait till my one stitch healed and give it a shot since that's the only thing im worried about tearing. He isn't squimish so the blood wont affect him. But girl do not feel alone. It is perfectly natural to want your man after having a baby. Since well, it is the first time its been YOUR body in 9 months. (we also had sex up until the very day before I had my baby.)
Sarah - posted on 07/06/2012
((Mouth hanging open in shock)). Why would you want to? Give your body time to heal. Pretty much any health care provider would tell you to wait 6 weeks before having sex. Your body needs time to heal. If you're getting pressured to have sex, tell him to go use his hand and f*ck himself! It's just not really safe, you could actually cause damage, your body just needs time.
you definitely shouldn't be having vaginal ex only a week after. you may feel up for it but your vagina probably isn't. it's going to be quite loose and not well lubricated and probably feel like your insides are being scraped by branches if they feel anything at all. as for anal, i don't see a reason why not but if you have never done it before i wouldn't recommend trying it out at this point. you should really ask your doctor about these things
Krista - posted on 07/06/2012
Holy crap, Annette (no pun intended). You're seriously up for that just a WEEK after giving birth? I don't know whether to laugh, cry or go hide in a corner.
I would say that this is a question that you should really be asking your OB-Gyn. But from what I understand, you really shouldn't be putting ANYTHING in your vagina so soon after childbirth, because you're very susceptible to infection. As far as anal, though...if you're up for it, I don't see why you couldn't. Just go slow and don't be surprised if things feel different.
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