Where is that fantastic sex drive I used to have? 14w2d and I could probably count on one hand how many times I've had sex since I found out I was pregnant. I blamed it on morning sickness and just not feeling well. But I've been feeling great lately!
I totally feel your pain!! I'm 15 weeks and have been going through the same thing. My poor husband thinks I'm not interested in him anymore and it's putting serious stress on our relationship. I have been thinking about it more the past few days, so I have my fingers crossed that illusive sex drive is on the rebound. Good luck!
Thank you! 17 wks today and I still can't find it. Lol. My usually very mature boyfriend has turned into an immature 17 year old who only wants sex and its driving me craaaazy! If I hear one more stupid sexual innuendo or one more cheesy pickup line.. I swear I might lose it!
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