Yes and no.
I HATE pregnancy except for the burping/farting (which I find hilarious) and the baby movements. I like newborns but hate the sleep dep and breastfeeding is not my favorite thing in the world. (granted, my longest experience was with triple nursing and I'm not sure that ANYONE would be having orgasms over that, so maybe I'm too harsh on myself).
But even I still have twinges of wanting another kid. For me it tends to happen when I am worried (either consciously or not) about yet another new stage in my life. I had the baby fever big time when my oldest was about ready to start school, and when my (youngest) twins started 1st grade. That was a huge transition/image shift for ME, so unsurprising I wanted to go back to what I was confident about/knew. I've been feeling more twinges now that I'm 2 years to 40, which I see for some reason as a transition. Also my DD started her period this year, and for awhile that got me thinking about starting over with a new baby. I'm not scared of these changes/transitions, but for whatever reason "have a baby" seems safe/known to me and I think that's what I default to.
I'm starting school full time in the fall, and have been having more baby cravings.
I had all my kids before I turned 30. I know so many great/better than me vibrant moms who waited until their 30s/40s to have kids (almost all my face to face friends are older than me), I wonder if that isn't one of the reasons why I feel the urge now. Luckily some of them are still having babies so at least I get a fix in.
I've accepted that this is something that I will feel, but will not act on. DH would be willing, but I know he'd rather not. The kids (the boys especially) are a little baby crazy since so many of their friends have cute, smiley baby brothers (they're all boys for some reason!), and hell if I could guarantee a baby like their friends' siblings I might be more up for it and DH would be too! But...my kids are 10, 9, and 9 now--we've long since gotten rid of clothing/equipment, it would be a restart in many ways...so I do think that I have purposefully gently closed the door to it. I am sad about it sometimes, but I tend to try to veer away from what if/fantasy stuff, so the sad tends to be short lived.
Plus I am at higher "risk" for multiples like whoa now and I think another set of twins or HOM would be the death of me. I already went through TTTS, traumatic after birth shit, and the reality of 3 kids under the age of 2 and it changed me in personality, psychology, and even intelligence and while I love all my kids I really don't want to risk going there again by choice. Could I deal if it happened, yes. But I am happy with the now, I've got other exciting things in front of me, and for me I know it's more of a comfort touchstone type of thought than anything else. I'm sure I'll still feel that way occasionally even when/if I am a grandma. :)