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Why have I lost interest in sex during my pregnancy ?

Hi im 17yrs old and 30 weeks pregnant with my second child sence i got pregnant im no longer in the mood for sex i would probably be in the mood one a week but my boyfriend wants to have sex almost every night and my question is will i be sexualy active after i give birth and what can i do to get on the mood while bein pregnant because i have tryed masturbating and faiking pleassure but i still dont have an orgasim please help.
Asked On : Fri, 6 May 2011
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During pregnancy the desire for having is sex is usually decreased.You need not worry about your sex life right now. Once you deliver your baby gradually you will regain your libido after 3-5 weeks of delivery. Initially you might face some difficulties like stiffness but it will all go off with time.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Fri, 6 May 2011
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