I'm kinda embarrassed to ask this, but I read a post earlier today that has had me wondering......if you do a natural child birth, is it true that you are less likely to tear if you have sex on a regular basis during pregnancy?
Its true. Dr was very blunt with me when I asked him millions of questions at 17 lol. Said the more you have sex it keeps the va jay looser. But... still ended up being cut. My sons dad wasn't very big... you can also m try the perinium stretch.. ( don't think I spelled that right)
What stretch? Ok...keys extend this embarrassment with more tmi...my hubby is about average and a little above in thickness. We can have sex but it doesn't take long for me to get sore since about the 8 week mark. Think that's enough to keep the who ha loose enough or just accept the fact? My sil only tore once with 4 kids.
Its hard for me to describe it so I'll look it up and post it. Thats fine.. isn't it weird how it makes us sore after a bit while pregnant? I hate that lol. Before I was put on bed rest and found out my hubby was a douche it started hurting a lot. Never had that problem..
Every one is different. Some tear some don't.
Before I was preggers it didnt take alot to pre heat the oven I wad ready for baking but now ugghh ***** mister lube is my best friend but sometimes with that he has to work it in lol well at least our coochies arent like caves lol
If I can do anything to avoid it, I will. That is one of the only fears I really have about the birth process. Probably because I had no idea that could happen until recently. Nobody warned me about that part.
They will cut you before you tear. It does hurt that bad after a day or two. They give you a squirt bottle to clean up after you p. And you pat dry. My only fear was popping after lol. But it didn't hurt to my surprise . Sex hurt after because I was tighter. Dr put a couple extra stitches in for me
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