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November 3, 2020

What Every Woman Should Know About Postpartum Sex

with podcast guest

Karly Nuttall


Karly Nuttall has been a Licensed Midwife since 2005, a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner since 2016, and is Certified in Vaginal Steam Therapy. She has a private practice in San Diego, California and co-hosts the Birth Kweens podcast.

In this episode, we’re talking all about what you should know about postpartum sex; including why you generally shouldn’t have sex for 4-10 weeks after giving birth, how breastfeeding can impact your sex drive, a home remedy that can help with vaginal scar tissue, and more!


  • Why you generally shouldn’t have sex for 4-10 weeks after giving birth; even if you feel fine
  • The reason you might experience pain during sex even after giving birth non-vaginally
  • The multiple ways breastfeeding can impact your sex drive
  • A home remedy to help heal scar tissue after giving birth
  • Why you should become familiar with your vagina before giving birth
  • What you can generally expect when it comes to your period after giving birth
  • What is the Lactation Amenorrhea Method?


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