I am new to the community so I look forward to talking to all you new moms! I am so very excited but I have a question My husband and I have only been married for 71 days, and I definitely don't want him freaked out! He is very understanding, but I want to be intimate with him!
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And, as per usual, the horniest amongst us are often the loudest. You might not hear about the countless women who feel uncomfortable or downright asexual as their bodies morph and grow, and you might not hear about the men who suddenly feel squeamish taking their body-housing partner from behind. In fact, I spoke with Rebecca Wong, relationship therapist and connectfulness coach , who says a low libido often affects our unpregnant partners, too. And sometimes the biggest change is how you feel in your growing body, and what positions suddenly feel uncomfortable. And, as Healthline notes, men actually go through hormonal changes during pregnancy too. Men also experience a change in prolactin and vasopressin hormones as they biologically prep for parenthood.
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Loss of sex drive during the first trimester?
By Lola Augustine Brown Oct 6, Photo: Stocksy. Lauren Byrne says that her first pregnancy really increased her sex drive, and pumped up her body image , too. But her second pregnancy was a different story.
During pregnancy, your body will experience a whirlwind of new feelings, sensations, and emotions. Your hormones are fluctuating and your blood flow is increased. Many women also notice that their breasts grow and their appetite increases. But there are some common bodily trends. Your sex drive, mood, weight, eating habits, and sleep patterns are all likely to change.