Well, you had sex to make a baby, but regaining that physical intimacy after birth may be harder than you think. What's going on within in your body to either help or hinder the process?
We continue our series focused on getting pregnant. In this episode, what's involved in a basic infertility evaluation? What exactly are medical providers looking for and what tests and exams are typically performed?
It's hard to keep the flames of passion alive in your marriage when the bulk of your day is dealing with spit-up and poopy diapers. With less and less time, how can you make more time for your partner? We've got some great tips for spicing up your relationship with your special Valentine!
After you give birth your baby, your body needs some time to recover. After all, you just created another human being. Eventually, you (and your partner) may be wondering when you can have sex again. Is six weeks really enough time? How do you know if you're ready? Will it feel different? How can you do it as safely as possible, and what should you expect?
You had sex to make a baby, but now the thought of having it seems more disturbing than changing your toddler's dirty diaper. How do you make sex a priority in your relationship?
You've had your babies, but your body doesn't seem to be healing itself and getting better. This could be a result of common pelvic floor problems that impact moms with multiples. So, what are the most common symptoms?
Are you having a boy or girl? The question is inevitable the moment you announce your pregnancy. But just how reliable are the tests we use to reveal a baby's gender?
Millions of women around the world breastfeed and do not give it a second thought. Only recently has the sexualization of breastfeeding become an issue. What lead to this change and what hope do we have of changing the average person's perception?
If you do want to have sex, you may be concerned about your overall comfort? Is sex during pregnancy different than "regular sex"? What changes can you expect? What positions work best for a growing bump, and what should you avoid altogether? Yep, this one's explicit.
You're not done having children... but you're not planning to have more anytime soon. What are your options when it comes to birth control? Learn more about the different types of contraception available.
While we don't consider the act of breastfeeding to be sexual, there's no doubt breastfeeding can have an impact on your sex life. Considering all the hormones racing through your body, how is your drive to have sex impacted? What factors contribute to these changes?
Let's face it- sex is different when you're pregnant. Your body is going through many changes and you may feel more or less sexual depending on your situation. How do you handle sex and pregnancy with your partner? Plus, a candid conversation about how you can make sex more enjoyable.