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Lovemaking becomes more passionate after childbirth

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
Jan 04, 2016
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Sex life after childbirth usually resumes in about two months in an average couple, though when it does, it comes with new compassion and passion, helping couples to enjoy the act of making love. A study of 1, 118 couples with children revealed that about 94 percent of them were satisfied with their sex lives and almost 60 percent reported to have actually got better after childbirth. New parents, on an average, however, wait for about 58 days before they can actually resume sex with their partner.

Happy couple


Even though most women fear that their partner will not find them attractive after they have given birth, the findings of a survey conducted by Britain-based parenting site Channel Mum revealed that men tended to actually prefer the post-birth figure because that is more curvy.


Daily Mail reported that only 14 percent women feel body confident after they have given birth. Siobhan Freegard, founder of Channel Mum, said, “Having a baby is the biggest change you can bring into a relationship, so it is wonderful to see it can bring couples together rather than drive them apart”.


The research, however, also pointed out that men are keener to have sex compared with women after the wait. According to statistics, men want sex twice a week on an average, while women stay content with sex just once a week.

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