No matter how excited you are to resume sex after having a baby, things may still be a little lackluster between the sheets. A lot of factors of postpartum life, like hormones and fatigue, can affect the intimacy between you and your partner, but with a few tips for improving your orgasm post-baby, you may enjoy sex even more than before.
Orgasms are never one-size-fits-all, even when you haven't had a baby. So many different things can affect the power of your orgasm, but as they say, a baby changes everything. According to Parenting, 27 percent of moms said they find it more difficult to orgasm after having a baby. While the statistic didn't get very specific on why moms found it more difficult, you can make your assumptions, right? You're worried about the baby or you can't concentrate on your partner because the baby monitor is going crazy. You're so focused on making yourself orgasm in the time you have for sex that you totally psych yourself out and end up even more frustrated before.
Or maybe you always found it hard to cum and now that there's a baby in your house? Well it's downright impossible.
I promise you, it's not. Postpartum sex can actually be better than sex before you got pregnant with a little of work. So hit those sheets with your partner and use these tips to improve your orgasm post-baby.