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Posted by on Jun. 2, 2014 at 9:37 PM
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I am wondering if it is normal that you feel dry.... Today was my first time having sex with my husband after I had my baby and the deeper he went the burn I felt.. I felt dry... He said I was went but I felt dry is that normal???
by on Jun. 2, 2014 at 9:37 PM
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A_Daffodil
by on Jun. 2, 2014 at 11:39 PM
I have had a similar experience since having children; I simply do not get as wet as I used to before. We use lube regularly now.
BareAtHome
by Member on Jun. 3, 2014 at 1:07 AM

With both of mine I was drier until I stopped breastfeeding - which my obgyn said was pretty common due to differing hormone levels (though I suspect that's the standard medical answer to any question regarding post-pregnancy changes lol)

sometimesred
by on Jun. 3, 2014 at 1:53 AM
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Me , this also.  While breast feeding I seemed to be dry, but after I stopped the normal wetness returned.  Break out the astro glide.

Quoting BareAtHome:

With both of mine I was drier until I stopped breastfeeding - which my obgyn said was pretty common due to differing hormone levels (though I suspect that's the standard medical answer to any question regarding post-pregnancy changes lol)


gr6na
by Member on Jun. 3, 2014 at 7:25 AM

 

Quoting sometimesred:

Me , this also.  While breast feeding I seemed to be dry, but after I stopped the normal wetness returned.  Break out the astro glide.

Quoting BareAtHome:

With both of mine I was drier until I stopped breastfeeding - which my obgyn said was pretty common due to differing hormone levels (though I suspect that's the standard medical answer to any question regarding post-pregnancy changes lol)

 We use Astroglide. Stopped getting wet after last child.

La-Chikilla
by New Member on Jun. 8, 2014 at 10:27 AM
But I don't know how to tell my husband what we need he is really conservative when it comes to this

Quoting gr6na:

 


Quoting sometimesred:

Me , this also.  While breast feeding I seemed to be dry, but after I stopped the normal wetness returned.  Break out the astro glide.


Quoting BareAtHome:

With both of mine I was drier until I stopped breastfeeding - which my obgyn said was pretty common due to differing hormone levels (though I suspect that's the standard medical answer to any question regarding post-pregnancy changes lol)



 We use Astroglide. Stopped getting wet after last child.

La-Chikilla
by New Member on Jun. 8, 2014 at 10:27 AM
But I don't know how to tell my husband what we need he is really conservative when it comes to this

Quoting gr6na:

 


Quoting sometimesred:

Me , this also.  While breast feeding I seemed to be dry, but after I stopped the normal wetness returned.  Break out the astro glide.


Quoting BareAtHome:

With both of mine I was drier until I stopped breastfeeding - which my obgyn said was pretty common due to differing hormone levels (though I suspect that's the standard medical answer to any question regarding post-pregnancy changes lol)



 We use Astroglide. Stopped getting wet after last child.

A_Daffodil
by on Jun. 8, 2014 at 10:32 AM

Using lube has nothing to do with kinkiness or conservatism.  You can buy it at any pharmacy.  Think of it as a toiletry product like hand cream or hair gel.

La-Chikilla
by New Member on Jun. 8, 2014 at 10:39 AM
I understand that but try telling that to my husband

Quoting A_Daffodil:

Using lube has nothing to do with kinkiness or conservatism.  You can buy it at any pharmacy.  Think of it as a toiletry product like hand cream or hair gel.

A_Daffodil
by on Jun. 8, 2014 at 10:41 AM

Yes, I know. Sorry, I just re-read that and it came off a little less politely than I intended.

My suggestion would be to explain that you need to make sex more comfortable for yourself (and likely for him, since my DH doesn't like penetration if my pussy is dry).  

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