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Plan To Resume Sexual Activity After C Section
Yes: Yes, but let yourself heal a little so you don't tear open stitches. Ask your doctor how long to wait (it will depend on how big and whether any hernias were repaired at the same time) but usually i let my patients try after two weeks as long as they aren't into "olympic sex" i.e. Hanging out of windows! if your body says, "no, " wait longer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 weeks: However consult your surgeon to make sure you are ready to resume sexual activity. ...Read more
CALL YOUR DOCTOR: Who did the surgery, your doc should have already told you when it will be safe to have intercourse as your doc knows u and how the surgery went and how u did post op, i tell this to my pts before they go home so please call your doc this weekend to ask. ...Read more
Feel ready: It's normal whenever the woman feels ready, although intercourse is mostly discouraged until 6 weeks. Many women take longer to feel ready, there's no harm in that. ...Read more
Probably OK: Check with your cardiologist, as everyone's condition is different. However, if he is exercising in a cardiac rehab class and doing well with this and there are no other significant problems or limitations, at this point it may be safe to resume sexual activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bartholin cyst marsupialization a week ago, how long till the stitches devolve and when can I resume sexual activity?
Depends: Depends on what ur gyn says. He/she will need 2 clear u 4 sexual activity. Also depends on hoe u feel when the ok is given. ...Read more
How soon can you resume sexual activity with your partner after termination of pregnancy in first trimester?
Husband has ureteral stent in place after stone removal since 4-9-13, when can he have an alcoholic beverage and resume sexual activity?
Here are some…: There is no rule to dictate when to resume drinking alcoholic beverage or resuming sexual activity. Clinically and in reality, she may do so whenever he may feel comfortable without undue discomfort. Of course, ask the treating urologist for individual detail timely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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