Has your sex drive disappeared along with your bump? Here's some help

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There's a whole bunch of reasons for this, but fortunately also plenty of solutions. (YakobchukOlena/Getty Images)
There's a whole bunch of reasons for this, but fortunately also plenty of solutions. (YakobchukOlena/Getty Images)

It's not unusual for you to be less excited by the gynae's green light to have sex weeks after the birth of your baby. If it were up to you, you would not have sex until your baby turns 21 – because you just don't feel up to it.

Rest assured you're not the only girl whose sex drive disappeared along with her bump. There's a whole bunch of reasons for this, but fortunately also plenty of solutions.

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