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Will a mom ever want sex again after having a baby? How should a wife bring up and act out a fantasy? Dr. Read has answers.

It’s been a year since I’ve had my baby and I never feel like having sex. Am I normal?

Very normal. Quite frankly, why would you feel like having sex? All the changes to your body’s hormones, the sheer exhaustion, and feeling overwhelmed are in no way an aphrodisiac.

That said, the first two years after baby couples often create poor sex habits, which will make for an unhappy sex life many years after… instigating a lot of unnecessary fights. It’s important to make efforts to have sex or at the very least a space for connected intimacy on a regular basis.


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