If you thought the questions you had to field when you were pregnant were bad, just wait until you're postpartum. Oh, you thought the fun would end once the baby came? Ha. You wish, new mom. People will want to know all about how your precious babe's entrance into this fine planet has properly effed up your body, including the details. In fact, there are more than a few infuriating questions people will ask about your postpartum body, and the more intimate and gory your answers, the happier your audience will be. For some reason, people are not satisfied to just let a new mom figure out her feelings about her postpartum body without inserting judgment under the veil of seemingly benign questions.
Some of the questions you find yourself fielding when you're postpartum can feel like they're being asked for the sole purpose of entertaining the person who is inquiring. I can't help but feel like the person who asked "whether or not my vagina felt like it did before" I had a kid, was hoping for some gruesome answer like, "It's a black hole into an endless abyss!" to satisfy their curiosity at the time. (Truth: no, no changes to report. Also, I had c-sections.)
If the questions come from a good place, or from the mouth of a good friend who is truly interested or concerned about your wellbeing, that's one thing. However, when it is some random person, like your mom's neighbor or your partner's coworker, are you really required to go there? Ugh. These kinds of questions make a new mom want to cover her body in a heap of nursing blankets and never leave the house.