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I had an episiotomy (grrrrh.... the midwife did one even though I specifically told my OB and put into my birth plan that i didnt want it and would rather take my chances tearing : : : )... It now feels like I was stitched up too much. Does anyone have any idea whether thats something that is supposed to stretch out or is it something that would need to be surgically fixed?
Babs + Curtis - Parents of Tempest (08/07/03 ), Jericho (11/01/05 ), Xan (10/03/06 ), Zephyra (06/02/11 ). @ babyslime.livejournal.com
I had this problem with my first, and I 100% believe it's because I waited TOO LONG to have sex. The next two I started less than two weeks after birth and NEVER had that problem again.
Dryness is a HUGE issue, you can't get away with a dab of lube you have to use a LOT. I highly, highly, highly recommend Probe light (or thick, depending on preference). It's very "realistic".
Also if you've had a painful attempt before you will unconsciously "Close up" (hitting a wall). Try taking a valerian root capsule or two about a half hour or more before you intend to try and have sex, it'll help you relax a little bit.
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