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with a 6 mos old baby, i have no energy for sex....

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well im 23 and i just had a baby 6 months ago i do urge sex but i sometimes dont have energy after being all day tired with my baby n cleaning n i feel bad my bf wants to have sex n i want to n u know get wet but i have no energy n feel like im having sex just to do it for my bf he cums but i dont n lie i do so he dont feel bad wat do u recommend i do do u think i should look it to taking something to increase my sex drive or am i to young n if i should wat should i take any one know???
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replied January 23rd, 2012
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Congratulations with the new baby.

You do not say if you had orgasms with him before?

Being a mother can take a lot of energy from you. You are also always worried about the baby. You have to get enough sleep and make sure you get the right nutrition for yourself.

My suggestion is to have him help you more to allow you to sleep more (it is his baby also), have sex at a different time when you are well rested, take a multi vitamin supplement for women, and do some exercises to keep fit and relax. And if you do not do so yet, do kekel exercises, and lots and lots of them. Get out of the house (if you do not) and spend some time with your friends and other young mothers.

For quicky sex it is ok to give him oral sex, a hand job or just let him orgasm inside you. You should however also make time for longer sex where you can also have an orgasm. You need to talk to him so that he also understands your needs.

It is also perfectly fine to just masturbate and have yuor orgasm when you feel the need. Especially since you do not orgasm from sex at the moment and probably have your hands full with other things. Over the long term you do however have to work on orgasming with your partner again.
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replied January 23rd, 2012
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Congratulations with the new baby.

You do not say if you had orgasms with him before?

Being a mother can take a lot of energy from you. You are also always worried about the baby. You have to get enough sleep and make sure you get the right nutrition for yourself.

My suggestion is to have him help you more to allow you to sleep more (it is his baby also), have sex at a different time when you are well rested, take a multi vitamin supplement for women, and do some exercises to keep fit and relax. And if you do not do so yet, do kekel exercises, and lots and lots of them. Get out of the house (if you do not) and spend some time with your friends and other young mothers.

For quicky sex it is ok to give him oral sex, a hand job or just let him orgasm inside you. You should however also make time for longer sex where you can also have an orgasm. You need to talk to him so that he also understands your needs.

It is also perfectly fine to just masturbate and have yuor orgasm when you feel the need. Especially since you do not orgasm from sex at the moment and probably have your hands full with other things. Over the long term you do however have to work on orgasming with your partner again.

Best of luck!
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