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7301144 tn?1389974499

Lost all drive

So this is my first pregnancy and I'm just wondering is it normal to lose all sex drive? I have no interest in it anymore and I feel bad for my husband. Does it come back later? Thanks for the help.
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I'm ready to be out of my first trimester(; I don't have much of a drive either but once we get into it I'm more than ok with it. I found just doing it helps, I do lose a lot of my sex drive in the beginning but get back into the swing of things later on.
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I had the same issue with my first pregnancy. I found lube and forplay made the world of difference.  I've went from 3-4 times a week to 1 for the first trimester then I got really horny and we went right back to 3-4.
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I haven't had sex since conception... And I'm 10 weeks now.  My husband has been very understanding, though I definitely feel bad.  I just can't even imagine sex at this point.  Just. Not. Interested.
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Same here. First pregnancy & my husband wants it more now than ever but sometimes I just can't because of all of my symptoms. Foreplay does wonders though so I don't turn him down as much. I'm still a wife.
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7301144 tn?1389974499
Thank you!! I hope it comes back. Its just such a switch in the dynamics before I was initiating it a lot before and now I have no interest. He is very understanding, I just wasn't expecting to lose it all.
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