Our expert says:
What you describe is a very very common problem. There is always a decline in sexual activity in sexual interest after the birth of the child. This is made much worse if you are still breast-feeding, as the hormone that is responsible for making the milk, suppresses your other hormones to prevent you from falling pregnant too quickly again, this has the final effect of reducing your sex drive. Additionally, of course, the tiredness that comes with the rearing a baby just makes the situation worse. Your husband on the other hand is feeling completely cut out of the situation and sidelined. When he used to be the centre of your attention, now he is playing second fiddle to everything else that is going on. He needs to know that he is still important in your life that you still want him and that he still has a role to play. Acknowledge his needs, and try and find a way to satisfy those needs. Even if it does not lead to full penetration
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