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I haven't been able to feel any pleasure during sex since i had my son 5 years ago. I still get lubricated but i have to literally touch myself to see if i'm wet. I'm not stimulated through any form of foreplay or clitorally. I had an episiotomy during labour and just wanted to know if this could be nerve damage or something serious?
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Same is the case wid me i have a child of 2 months n i don't feeel pleasure during sex
I'd a c-section n i want to keep gap between my next child so plz advice me is condem a good preventive way or pills
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is there any alternative methods instead of using synthetic meds? I need advice
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It's possible that a nerve was cut.  You might check with your doctor.
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You may try perinium massage. perinium is a triangular muscle between anus and vagina(between the legs). It is considere hot spot. Massage it regularly. Nerve endings at that place will be stimulated. You may try a small vibrater if possible.
You may even try a hydro therapy. Pet perinium with a dripping wet cloth for 15 minutes every day. It will help to stimulate nerve endings.Or you may adjust your self in a tub with less water to wet perinium with water. You may have to put some stand or object in the tub. It would be ok if surrounding parts become wet.
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