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Back to Sexual health. The vagina naturally changes after giving birth, and might feel wider, dry or sore for some time. Find out what to expect and the ways you can help speed up recovery. When you give birth, the baby travels through the cervix and out through the vagina also called the birth canal. The entrance to the vagina must stretch to allow the baby through.

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Sometimes the skin between the vagina and anus the perineum might tear or be cut by a doctor or midwife to allow the baby out. This is called an episiotomy. After having a baby, it's not unusual for women to feel their vagina is more loose or dry than usual, and have perineal pain or pain during sex.

Your vagina might look wider than it did before, according to Dr Suzy Elneil, consultant in urogynaecology at University College Hospital, London. It may also look and feel bruised or swollen. This is normal, and the swelling and openness should start to reduce a few days after your baby's born. Your vagina probably won't return completely to its pre-birth shape, but this shouldn't be a problem. If you're worried, talk to your health visitor or GP. Pelvic floor exercisespussy post called Kegel exercises, help tone the vaginal muscles and your pelvic floor muscles.

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This will help prevent urine leaking incontinence and can help your vagina feel firmer. It's not uncommon for women to experience incontinence after childbirth, but pelvic floor exercises can help limit this. They can also help sex feel better. You may find it helps to imagine you're stopping a bowel movement, holding in a tampon or stopping yourself urinating. It's normal for the vagina to feel drier than usual after childbirth.

This is linked to the lower levels of oestrogen in your body compared with when you were pregnant. For breastfeeding mothers, levels of oestrogen are lower than in those who aren't breastfeeding and the dryness can be more marked. If you have started having sex again and the dryness is causing problems, you can use a lubricant. You can buy lubricant in pharmacies, supermarkets or online. If you're using latex or polyisoprene condoms, make sure the lubricant is water-based, as oil-based products such as moisturiser and lotion can make these condoms pussy post or rip.

Try to talk about this with your partner if it's causing problems in your sex life. That way you can deal with it together, rather than worrying about it on your pussy post. We always recommend pelvic floor exercises to help make the situation better in this case, too. Your perineum can feel sore, especially if your skin tore or you needed stitches to repair a tear or episiotomy after giving birth.

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Painkillers can help, but talk to your midwife, GP or pharmacist before you buy any over-the-counter painkillers if you're breastfeeding. It's important to keep the pussy post area clean, so always wash your hands before and after changing your sanitary p, and make sure you change them as soon as you need to. There's no right or wrong time to start having sex again after you have had a baby. Don't rush into it. If sex hurts, it won't be pleasurable. If your vagina feels dry, try a lubricant during sex to see if that helps.

If you have discomfort around your perineum, it might be worth your health visitor or GP having a look to check it's healing in the right way. It's not unusual to feel less like having sex than you used to. You have given birth, you're looking after a tiny baby, and you're probably feeling very tired.

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It's important to talk about this with your partner, rather than just avoiding sex. If you both know what the situation is, you can deal with it together. Don't forget to think about contraception after having a baby. It's possible to get pregnant 3 weeks after giving birth. Find out more about your body after birth. last reviewed: 23 October Next review due: 23 October Vagina changes after childbirth - Sexual health Secondary Sex facts Female sexual pussy post Male sexual problems.

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Keeping your vagina clean and healthy Vagina changes after childbirth. This lists a few of the changes you might notice and tips on what you can do. Wider vagina Your vagina might look wider than it did before, according to Dr Suzy Elneil, consultant in urogynaecology at University College Hospital, London. You pussy post do pelvic floor exercises anywhere and at any time, either sitting or standing up: squeeze and draw in your anus at the same time, and close up and draw your vagina upwards do it quickly, tightening and releasing the muscles immediately then do it slowly, holding the contractions for as long as you can, but no pussy post than 10 seconds, before you relax repeat each exercise 10 times, 4 to 6 times a day You may find it helps to imagine you're stopping a bowel movement, holding in a tampon or stopping yourself urinating.

You could fit the exercises in while washing up, queuing in the supermarket or watching TV. Dryness in the vagina It's normal for the vagina to feel drier than usual after childbirth. If the dryness continues to bother you, talk to your health visitor or GP. Soreness and stitches in the perineum "The vaginal area can feel painful or sore in the immediate period after childbirth," says Dr Elneil. Have a bath or shower every day to keep your perineum clean. If you're worried about how your stitches are healing, talk to your health visitor or GP.

This is especially important if you have a lot of pain or discomfort, or you notice a smell. Depending on the size of the wound, you might have a scar when the tear or cut is healed. Pain during sex There's no right or wrong time to start having sex again after you have had a baby.

If you continue to feel pain during sex, talk to your GP. Find out more about your body after birth last reviewed: 23 October Next review due: 23 October

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