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Posted by: BEKKIE | 2010-03-29

SEX NA SWANGERSKAP!!!!!!!!!

HI DOKTER

8 MAANDE TERUG HET EK GEBOORTE GEGEE AAN MY SEUNTJIE. NA MY SWANGERSKAP MAAK EK EN MY MAN NIE MEER SO BAIE LIEFDE NIE. DIT IS NET ASOF EK BELANGSTELLING VERLOOOR HET. IS DIT NORMAAL OF IS DAAR FOUT MET MY. IS DAAR ENIGE IETS WAT EK KAN DRINK OM DIE DRANGE TE VERBETER. MANLIEF IS NIE BAIE GELUKKIG MET MY NIE.

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You are expressing quite a common experience. Most women experience a change in their sexual “functioning” and desire after child birth. New mothers are often so focused on meeting their new baby’s needs that they feel over stretched and tired and feel almost disconnected from the partner’s needs. It is however important to address this change in order to build on your sexual/love relationship for now and the future. With the birth of the new baby there are obvious changes in your life and that needs to be integrated – you should find a way to have a healthy parent relationship as well as a healthy love relationship with your partner. By the sound of it you could benefit from consulting with a psychologist that works specifically with sexual concerns and couple counseling. Sexual relationship should have a nature of satisfying both partners without power play and fighting being at its centre.


You are welcome to phone our helpline – 0860100262 where you could be assisted in finding a practitioner as close as possible to you.
Furthermore you are welcome to visit the following website for any more sexual health information and assignments that could be helpful: www.sexualhealth.co.za

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010-03-31

You are expressing quite a common experience. Most women experience a change in their sexual “functioning” and desire after child birth. New mothers are often so focused on meeting their new baby’s needs that they feel over stretched and tired and feel almost disconnected from the partner’s needs. It is however important to address this change in order to build on your sexual/love relationship for now and the future. With the birth of the new baby there are obvious changes in your life and that needs to be integrated – you should find a way to have a healthy parent relationship as well as a healthy love relationship with your partner. By the sound of it you could benefit from consulting with a psychologist that works specifically with sexual concerns and couple counseling. Sexual relationship should have a nature of satisfying both partners without power play and fighting being at its centre.


You are welcome to phone our helpline – 0860100262 where you could be assisted in finding a practitioner as close as possible to you.
Furthermore you are welcome to visit the following website for any more sexual health information and assignments that could be helpful: www.sexualhealth.co.za

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Posted by: Top Cat | 2010-03-30

Ja drink rooiwyn.

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Posted by: nolla | 2010-03-30

nee,daar is niks wat jy kan drink nie dit is in jou kop om weer lus te voel vir jou man en seks.

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Posted by: BEKKIE | 2010-03-30

THANK YOU!!! IS THERE NOT SOMETHING TO DRINK TO HELP???? BUT THANKS FOR THE ADVICE......

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Posted by: Lucy | 2010-03-30

probly the baby taking up all your time and your probly tired all the time. you can be sexual again if you want to. take it a day at a time and think about sex and what you''d like to do for your husband where sex is concerned. what you enjoy and what he enjoyed when you were still active. the more you think about it the better it will get. if you dont think about it you wont want it. change your state of mind first and if that dont work see a doctor that specialises in sexual problems. i was there, you can change things before its too late and before he gets it somewhere else

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