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Not Feeling like sex!!

Is it normal to not want sex??? Im only 6 weeks along, but lately I really havent had the desire to have sex. My husband feels like Im losing interest in him, but its not that at all. He still makes my heart melt, but lately I just dont want it. I dont want the affection or anything.  Please help me!! Is this normal??
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Yes its very normal...maybe ur feeling tired, or ur hormones are everywhere right...explain to him u love him n everything n nothing to do with him, but it's happens alot in pregnancy,  I'm sure ur desire will come back around 2nd semester
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Yep I agree!! My sex drive was all over the map. You go through such crazy fluctuations in hormones you just never know whats gonna happen. My hubby joked at one time that he felt like I was taking advantage of his willingness to give it up at the drop of a dime (what guy isn't like that lol) when I went through a super revved up few weeks. I was like ummmm really you're complaining?...he said not really but I feel like a piece of meat!! Lol I said enjoy it while it lasts!!
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Yes mam.  I was not in the mood early on.  Then I got horny all the time and then when my morning sickness kicked in I would still be horny and we'd have sex and then I would throw up afterwards.  Lol it was terrible.  Then from like weeks 15-18 I didn't want it again.  Now I'm 25+6 weeks and for the past month we've had sex just about every other day.  It'd be every day if I had it my way. Haha... But my husband works hard, gets home late and wakes up at 4 am... Sooo I gotta let him rest occasionally. Lol

Your sex drive will fluctuate immensely.  Hormones.
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It is very normal I'm 7 months far and still don't feel like having sex with my husband I love him to death but I'm not up for it luckily for him he only got about 4 months u know counting the extra he has to wait....He does understand because for my first pregnancy it wasn't like that at all it was the whole opposite. ...Most people tell me is because I'm having a girl now....who knows

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