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Posted by: michelle | 2010/07/27

RE: LOSE SENSATION

Hi, im 3 months preganant with my first child. Im still deciding on the birth of my baby and would like to know if natural births causes you to lose sensation in the long run, during sex? Will sex not feel the same afterwards?

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for both natural and ceasarian birth there are pros and cons for sex. however none are so serious that you should change your birth process. the gynae will suggest what birthing option is best suited to you as well as (if any) precautions for sex are neccessary

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010/07/27

for both natural and ceasarian birth there are pros and cons for sex. however none are so serious that you should change your birth process. the gynae will suggest what birthing option is best suited to you as well as (if any) precautions for sex are neccessary

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010/07/27

for both natural and ceasarian birth there are pros and cons for sex. however none are so serious that you should change your birth process. the gynae will suggest what birthing option is best suited to you as well as (if any) precautions for sex are neccessary

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