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Oral sex after giving birth

You've probably heard that certain penetrative sex acts are off limits while you're healing from delivery, and that's true. What's not true, however, is that sex is completely off limits. This may be the time to get creative and start thinking about oral options. If you are considering cunnilingus, you may wonder "how soon can I receive oral sex after giving birth? Sherry A. Period tells Romper. But take note — a tongue doesn't necessarily need to be inside of your vagina in order to deliver bodily pleasure. Your partner can perform oral sex outside of your vagina near and around your clitoris. According to the Baby Center, oral sex and other forms of "outercourse" like masturbation, are safe a few days after delivery. There's always a small risk of infection, but as long as you stay away from the vagina and perineum you should be good to go.
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But, as the days pass and you start to block out the painful memories of delivering your bundle of joy, you're probably going to start getting interested again. Let's not be under any illusions though, you've just pushed a baby through a very small hole so your first time getting down and dirty again is likely to be uncomfortable. So, how long should you wait before getting frisky between the sheets with your baby daddy again? It may seem a simple question - and LOW on the list of a new mum's priorities - the answer isn't so straight forward. When you do feel ready, try taking a warm bath, having oral sex and using plenty of lube the first few times because, let's face it, it's going to be tender down there. Sarah McMullen, head of knowledge at parenting charity NCT, said it depends on what kind of birth you had and when a women feels ready to have sex again. While you are still bleeding your uterus is still healing and there is a possibility you could get an infection. Sarah added: "Some women do say that they feel ready sooner, that they feel OK in themselves, they can see and feel themselves that everything is healed. IT goes without saying that down there is going to be pretty tender after giving birth. So when you are finally ready to get back in the saddle, so to speak, you may need to take things slow.
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We're on a mission to help our mums and their families thrive by informing, connecting and entertaining. Join us in our mission by consenting to the use of cookies and IP address recognition by us and our partners to serve you content including ads best suited to your interests, both here and around the web. We promise never to share any other information that may be deemed personal unless you explicitly tell us it's ok. If you want more info, see our privacy policy. Oral sex, as well as other external forms of pleasure like masturbation, are safe within a few days of childbirth. That is as long as you stay away from the vagina and focus on the area around the clitoris. Other good advice is to be extra careful with stitches and wounds from tearing or episiotomies. You should also remember that placing a tampon or any other foreign object inside your vagina to stop the flow of lochia is not advised. Sex after pregnancy: what are the risks of having sex before my six week post-natal check up? There are some very good reasons that you would want to avoid sexual intercourse.
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But, as the days pass and you start to block out the painful memories of delivering your bundle of joy, you're probably going to start getting interested again. Let's not be under any illusions though, you've just pushed a baby through a very small hole so your first time getting down and dirty again is likely to be uncomfortable. So, how long should you wait before getting frisky between the sheets with your baby daddy again? It may seem a simple question - and LOW on the list of a new mum's priorities - the answer isn't so straight forward.

When you do feel ready, try taking a warm bath, having oral sex and using plenty of lube the first few times because, let's face it, it's going to be tender down there. Sarah McMullen, head of knowledge at parenting charity NCT, said it depends on what kind of birth you had and when a women feels ready to have sex again.

While you are still bleeding your uterus is still healing and there is a possibility you could get an infection. Sarah added: "Some women do say that they feel ready sooner, that they feel OK in themselves, they can see and feel themselves that everything is healed. IT goes without saying that down there is going to be pretty tender after giving birth. So when you are finally ready to get back in the saddle, so to speak, you may need to take things slow. Talk to your partner about what feels good and what makes you uncomfortable - it's important to take things at your own pace so you don't put yourself off sex for good.

From vaginal delivery to C-section and a helping hand from a pair of forceps, when it comes to giving birth there's no one-size-fits all approach But, if you really can't wait that long try positions that reduce the pressure on the area with stitches so you can avoid causing more damage and pain, Sarah told The Sun Online. Do what feels comfortable, be really honest with your partner, you may have to try different positions.

But, even if you breezed through delivering your little one, with no tears, you may still need to give it some time before having sex again. But you may feel a little tender and bruised and may have some grazing which will sting, so it is best to take it slow. The sentiment is much the same for women who have C-sections - there is no right or wrong time to start having sex again.

By the time your stitches come out your scar should be well and truly healed so you have nothing to worry when it comes to a passionate night between the sheets. Oh, and if you can summon the energy after countless nights of no sleep with a newborn to look after! We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Sign in. All Football. Andrea Downey. Here's 6 ways you can make sex less painful after giving birth. Many women suffer from vagina dryness after giving birth because of the hormonal changes in their body, so make sure you've got a good lube on hand is vital Try different positions - deep penetration may not be your favourite thing to start off with Go with oral sex Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed here.



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