Dildoing, Highly Recommended After Childbirth.
These Sex Toys Could Help You Ease Your Way Back Into Sex After Giving Birth. Sex toys are the best postpartum gift for new moms. Using a Dildo post-partum is the best gift for orgasmic pleasure and vaginal health.
Pain during sexual intercourse — or dyspareunia as it’s called in the medical world — is one of several symptoms new moms can suffer, yet ignore. Former nurse and co-founder of luxury sex toy retailer Jo Divine, Samantha Evans, says, that a vibrator can help with the pain, “by improving the tone and elasticity of vaginal walls and improving sexual sensation. Sex toys can also keep the vaginal tissue flexible, preventing it from becoming too tight, it helps your vagina relax and also promoting blood flow to the area to speed up healing.” Yes, your vagina needs to relax as much as you do.
So, if you’ve just given birth. Congratulations! You were probably told (depending on how you delivered) you should be cleared for sex in around four to six weeks. While that may work for some people, for others, the thought of any sort of penetration going on down there is highly unpleasant.
But don’t worry — there’s some good news. First of all, there is no hard-and-fast rule to say when you should be having intercourse again. That’s totally up to you and how you’re feeling in your body. We don’t talk a lot about all the changes that happen to your body after giving birth, and your vagina is no exception. Even in the smoothest of all birth experiences, it goes through a lot, so it’s important to listen to your body and get back into sex when and how you feel ready.
Speaking of which, the second piece of good news is that sex is so much more than penis-in-vagina intercourse. There are plenty of other things you can do with your partner (if you so choose), including focusing on clitoral stimulation and not sticking anything in your vagina. While this can be accomplished via fingers and tongues, sex toys could also be a good option for easing your way back into sexual pleasure after having a baby. (And yes, in case you needed a reminder, mothers are still sexual beings.)
In the weeks and months after giving birth, new mothers are full of love, fear, fatigue, and, well, milk. Your body feels as though it belongs to someone else, and your vagina, well, that’s just had a whole baby squeezed through it. And if you had a cesarian section, you didn’t get off scot-free — your pelvic floor still bore the weight of your baby throughout pregnancy.
Truth is, Sex is the most powerful creative force given to human by God for pleasure and deeper life. Sex is a major morale booster after a hard day’s stressful life. Try to be sexual Beings and not “Angels” even in your marriage. Having yourself sexually worked-up and dildo’d in early morning lowers blood pressure and reduces risks of heart attack.
Following child delivery, hormonal changes might leave your vagina dry and tender (pain to touch), especially if you’re breast-feeding. Please note, you might experience some pain during sex if you’re healing from an episiotomy or perineal tears, especially extensive tears. It is recommended that you try getting back your sex life by dildoing yourself alone or with the help of your partner. And by extension if you had CS, you will be more prone to pain compared to someone that delivered vaginally. It is very important to allow your wound to heal fully.
To help ease any discomfort during sex, take it slow. No rough riding, no acrobatics. Try and start with cuddling, kissing or massage. Dildoing yourself anytime and whenever is your private life. This Dildo(Phallus) works like magic. Try it!
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