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18 February 2011

The great sex drought

It is said that after you've had a baby, your sex life disappears, but this mom thought that it wouldn't happen to her

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Georgina Guedes learned that her friends were right: after you have a baby, your sex life goes out the window.  It wasn't that she objected to the idea of sex, there just wasn't any time. 

And the worst part of having long breaks between sex is that intimacy dwindles – she discovered that you have to rekindle the spark.

 

(Joanne Hart, Health24, December 2009)

 
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