Aa
Aa
A
A
A
Close
Avatar universal

Could this be bad?

I know I put a post about missing sex earlier but today is the first time my husband and I have showered together since our daughter has been born. It's been two weeks and today I couldn't do it anymore! Sorry tmi for some but I'm just wondering. I asked to have sex and so he took it slow at first then he we got out of the shower to see if I was bleeding more than I already was and I wasn't so then he asked if I wanted to continue and I said yes. But he went well faster . it only hurt when he went in after that no. Sorry again tmi. Ftm. So should I be worried?
22 Responses
Sort by: Helpful Oldest Newest
Avatar universal
@figaro08j And you know her back story??????

Women post on here for advice not to be criticized for the decisions they make. You can't post on her comment saying "she knew what she was doing" when she didn't even ask for a negative comment like that. She's a grown woman and ovbiously knew what she was doing she was just concerned thats all. You may have not thought that your comment was negative but in other people's eyes it was a negative comment. It's a little childish to say "you live for this" too. Just because she didn't ask for advice before making the decision of having sex with her husband does not mean she wasnt concerned before the fact.
Helpful - 3
Avatar universal
I'd be more worried about how fertile you are after giving birth...
Helpful - 1
Avatar universal
I agree ^^ how fertile you are and stitches if any...if your good on those 2 things then just be careful from now on.
Helpful - 1
12618772 tn?1445214532
Your fine honey I agree with^^^ watch for infection know your body but you should be more concerned about getting preggo..lol I had sex at 3 weeks had pain at first then nothing but everyone is different..didn't end up pregnant till my baby was 6 months.. Don't feel bad Hun a lot of moms don't wait the 6 weeks we are adults and make our own choices forget what others think
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
Is it still hurting after intercourse? If not give it some time. Soak in a bath of warm water and Epsom salt for the next couple of days.  
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
did you have c section or vag delivery? any stitches? that's the only thing i would worry about.it's gonna be uncomfortable for while even after the 6 week wait.
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
What's done is done. U knew there where risk. U should have waited :/
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
I am 6 weeks and 3 days pregnant and I weighed 125 when I first found out I was pregnant and went too the doctors 2 days ago I was 128 & now here today and I am 130 I am a first mom what should I do too keep my weight low :/
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
You should be fine but keep a look out for signs of infection. I know its tempting but its important to refrain from sex so that we don't get more hurt down there. We truly do need time to heal after birth. Your body just pushed out a watermelon and had went thru so much. What I always do for my husband is take care of him to help ease the 6 weeks since it's kinda long for him to wait. We are sensitive down there and you don't want to cause a post partum hemorrhage or infection. Everything needs time to repair itself. Plus with all the bleeding its kinda yucky. If anything I'd wait to have intercourse until at least the 4 week mark. That's a lot safer than 2 weeks. Imagine if you got pregnant literally right after you gave birth? Your uterus hasn't even fully shrank back down to original size yet. Plus the longer you wait to do it, the more passionate and fun it'll be for both of you when the time does come. Best if luck to you. Don't be too scared.  Just pay really close attention to your lochia and pay attention for signs of infection.
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
Yes I had vaginal delivery and I got a few stitches nothing major. No I am no longer hurting after this morning. It just something I felt like I couldn't wait for
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
I think your fine:) just pay attention to your body.
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
I told him after this time we had to wait foreal but what should ii be concerned about
Helpful - 0
12618772 tn?1445214532
I don't like that first comment you said get the **** off her post with you negative comments of course she knew the risk ..all she is asking is for advice  and to talk about the situation stupid female dog..you must have a ton a regrets in your life and be miserable.. Do you think that she wanted to read some **** like that after her post?gtfoh with that ****[email protected]
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
Thank you for that!! babyIvy_42715
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
I agree with babyivy_427515. Reading negative posts like that when you're concerned or anxious about something isn't called for. Support, understanding, and facts are way more helpful than the first post. Realistically I've never waited the full 6 weeks.
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
Nobody knows your body better than you. And if you feel fine, you're more than likely fine! Don't let anyone make you feel bad for not waiting. But be careful :) I honestly don't know if I can wait the 6 weeks after either haha
Helpful - 0
12618772 tn?1445214532
Your welcome ladies figaro0j needs to have several seats with her negativity Wonder if that's how she does her kids when they make a mistake...smh
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
Agreed!! Lol
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
Lmao. Ya'll funny! But i love when yall have something to say about my comment. If ya'll knew her back story ya'll would know she ask the question before even having sex, now she want concern. Thanks guys, i live for thi.
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
*this
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
Sometimes is hard specialy for our hubby but it is to soon..we always wait till 40 dayslike gragrandma's recoment
Helpful - 0
Avatar universal
Lmao. I love it. And yes i do know her back story.  She posted a question before even having sex with her husband and alot of people aaid wait. And she didn't.  I gave my advice as well. I find it funny that am getting more attention the her on her own question.  Move around.
Helpful - 0

You are reading content posted in the Pregnancy: Social Community

Popular Resources
Get information and tips on how to help you choose the right place to deliver your baby.
Get the facts on how twins and multiples are formed and your chance of carrying more than one baby at a time.
Learn about the risks and benefits of circumcision.
What to expect during the first hours after delivery.
Learn about early screening and test options for your pregnancy.
Learn about testing and treatment for GBS bacterium.