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    We have been trying on and off the last couple of weeks. DS is just over 8 weeks now. I think we first tried after 6 weeks.

    Still haven't gone all the way, it gets to a point where it feels like its going to tear (TMI) and I'm just a bit cautious I think. So we will just keep trying slowly.

    I had a natural birth with a 2nd degree tear.

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    About 7 weeks after the first and about 8 weeks after the second but it was painful till they were each about 9 months old. I was ok if he took it slow and was careful.

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    I'm just curious to know the people who said a couple of days after the birth, aren't you still bleeding from delivery then?

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    Tried at 7 weeks but stopped it hurt to much (I had internal stitches)
    Then not till about 11 weeks.

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    4 weeks with DD. I stopped bleeding after 2 weeks and had a natural birth with no tears only a tiny graze. We were both keen as beans .


 

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