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#1 150watson

Posted 23 February 2018 - 08:14 PM

Hi all,

My daughter is 13weeks old now, each month my husband and I try sex. But its quite painful, so (tmi) it feels sharp like a knife at the opening as he goes in, everything feels slightly bruising as we try to have sex, (ridiculously slow). And eventually we have to stop.
The next morning when I go for a pee, I have a sort of brownish red blood. And thats usually a small amount when I wipe, but everytime and all day sometimes 2days.

I know everyones healing process is different. But just wondering if anyone has experienced similar? And if anything resulted from it.

Thanks in advance

#2 MissMilla

Posted 23 February 2018 - 08:17 PM

What did the doctor say at the 6week check up? Did everything heal properly?
I would definitely have it checked. If you keep trying and it doesnt work it probably also cant heal properly. So either give it another 2 or so weeks without trying, because you will just keep opening the wound. Or have it checked right away.

#3 Fizgig

Posted 23 February 2018 - 08:28 PM

I didn't experience the same but certainly my body was not ready until 6 months post baby. I could feel that I was still lumpyish (I guess where I got stitched) and that feeling didn't totally go away until about the six month mark . To me it would depend on how your birth was as to whether your body could still be healing or whether you should expect it to be tip top by now. If you feel concerned though, get it checked.




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