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Sex question

I'm 13 weeks and since I was 6 weeks I have no desire for sex at all. Sometimes it's like just don't touch me. He takes really good care of me but I don't want to be touched. Anyone go through this ?
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Every woman's body reacts differently to pregnancy. Some women want sex more regularly and some don't want it at all. Some women get moodier and some don't. Just talk to your partner and let him know how you are feeling. Sometimes being pampered and shown affection will put you in the mood. I need to feel loved and appreciated to get in the mood these days.  
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Totally normal i felt like that wen i was 19weeks i didnt want to be touched kissing was even worse till now m 32weeks and got my mojo back. Just talk to ur partner and try doing somethings to help him since you dont need to be helped lol.. But its gonna come back Don't feel bad its normal because your body is doing lots of ajustment to accomodat ur growing baby.
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Everyone reacts different to the hormones, u cant compare yourself with another woman. Just dont worry to much About it. Talk to your partner, he Will understand. It will change, just take enough time for yourself. U will get in the mood all by yourself. Relationship is not all about sex, its about understanding.
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Every woman is different during pregnancy!  I was like that with my first pregnancy! I'm currently pregnant with my second and I'm experiencing it again...its just a hormone thing and its completely normal to feel either way!
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Thank you everyone for your responses. I will talk to my husband. It's a relief to know I'm not alone.

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