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Is it normal to not have much feeling from an orgasm after having a baby?
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Dr. Michael Sinclair
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Not unusual
It is not unusual to have decreased sensation after child birth, but it should be temporary.
Trauma to the birth canal can be partly responsible. The stress of having to raise a child can also mentally affect the quality of your sexual experience. If the problem does not resolve, then call your doctor.

In brief: Not unusual
It is not unusual to have decreased sensation after child birth, but it should be temporary.
Trauma to the birth canal can be partly responsible. The stress of having to raise a child can also mentally affect the quality of your sexual experience. If the problem does not resolve, then call your doctor.
Dr. Michael Sinclair
Dr. Michael Sinclair
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Dr. James Schaller
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: YES. GET TESTED
When you are about ready to give birth you have a huge amount of extra fluid.
When you lose that quickly at birth, the brain area that controls testosterone and other hormones can be stunned. These should be tested 10 days after birth: dht, free testosterone, freet3 [active thyroid] and others. Women need e2 or estradiol, Progesterone and Dht or testosterone for optimal orgasms. At 31 some drop.

In brief: YES. GET TESTED
When you are about ready to give birth you have a huge amount of extra fluid.
When you lose that quickly at birth, the brain area that controls testosterone and other hormones can be stunned. These should be tested 10 days after birth: dht, free testosterone, freet3 [active thyroid] and others. Women need e2 or estradiol, Progesterone and Dht or testosterone for optimal orgasms. At 31 some drop.
Dr. James Schaller
Dr. James Schaller
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