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No Sexual Desire After Pregnancy

Newborn babies demand significant amounts of attention. After bringing the baby home, the house needs to be kept clean, you might return to work and people want to stop by and meet the new addition. Who in the world has time for sex with all of this going on? Losing your sex drive after giving birth is not unusual, and knowing it is a temporary situation will help you relax.

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How to Build Up Sexual Stamina

Are you longing to become a sexual dynamo but are just too tired to perform well? Take heart. You’re not destined to be a dud. Sex is not a talent—you aren’t born knowing the best ways to do it. It’s a skill that is learned and perfected. Sex is physical, psychological and emotional. To have a heightened sexual experience teaming with desire and stamina, you need to take care of yourself: body, mind and soul.

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Causes of Low Sex Drive in Women

The ideal magic number of times a woman should engage in sexual activity with herself or a partner each week just doesnt exist, according to the Mayo Clinic. But when an adult woman feels little to no sexual desire, she might have lost her sex drive due to a psychological or physical medical condition. Most women can safely engage in sexual activity even while pregnant, but if theyve lost interest in this natural behavior, it might be time to consider exactly what has caused a reduced sex drive.

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Feng Shui Love Tips

Women whose love lives have hit a rocky streak blame themselves for their troubles and spend hours pondering what they did wrong to get themselves into their current predicaments. Although there are numerous things that you can do to wreck your love life, before you spend time blaming yourself, consider the idea that there may be other forces at play. Some feng shui devotees believe that individuals looking for love must let this love in by setting up the locus of love, their bedrooms, in a love-inducing fashion.

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Painful Intercourse During Pregnancy

During pregnancy, many couples express concerns about whether intercourse is safe. According to the March of Dimes, intercourse during pregnancy is completely safe for most women. Unfortunately, the experience for many mothers-to-be is anything but pleasurable. Finding out the causes of painful intercourse during pregnancy can help resolve your discomfort.