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What can I do if I have no libido after giving birth?

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Dr. Angeline Hadi
Pediatrics
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In brief: Be good to yourself

It is common to have low libido after baby's delivery.
Being a new mom can be exhausted, stressful, overwhelming. The hormone does not allow good lubrication until 6 weeks after delivery. Get help to take care of the baby and yourself. Eat well. Get new outfit. Start exercising again. Feel good about yourself. http://www.babycenter.com/0_lets-talk-about-sex-after-the-baby_11802.bc?page=1.

In brief: Be good to yourself

It is common to have low libido after baby's delivery.
Being a new mom can be exhausted, stressful, overwhelming. The hormone does not allow good lubrication until 6 weeks after delivery. Get help to take care of the baby and yourself. Eat well. Get new outfit. Start exercising again. Feel good about yourself. http://www.babycenter.com/0_lets-talk-about-sex-after-the-baby_11802.bc?page=1.
Dr. Angeline Hadi
Dr. Angeline Hadi
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics

In brief: Stop fatigue/anxiety

It's important to stop things that prevent one from being in the mood for sex.
When a baby is 0-3 months, parental fatigue is the norm. Be sure to train a baby to sleep through the night after then. Mom & dad will have learned efficient baby-care by then and have more free time. Have good birth control so there's no anxiety about getting pregnant again. Start with gentle sex, to avoid discomfort.

In brief: Stop fatigue/anxiety

It's important to stop things that prevent one from being in the mood for sex.
When a baby is 0-3 months, parental fatigue is the norm. Be sure to train a baby to sleep through the night after then. Mom & dad will have learned efficient baby-care by then and have more free time. Have good birth control so there's no anxiety about getting pregnant again. Start with gentle sex, to avoid discomfort.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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