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    Its definitely gotten better the few times we have tried. Definitely go for it if you feel like it. Maybe go slow and get some lube if you think you need it.

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    I was hoping AF would be gone by Thursday (when I get back to DP) but it's still so heavy. It's very unlike me.

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    I meant to post this before but bh wasnt working: you can try gently stretching the tear site to see if it hurts beforehand. My episiotomy scar is really tough/tight and has been causing some problems I think.

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    Wish I could tell you otherwise but dtd did hurt at the beginning on my tear but it has gotten heaps better over time. Definitely get some lube and take it slowly and don't be afraid to stop if it's too much. Even now I'm still sensitive if there's too much pressure on it but a quick adjustment position wise and we're good to go.

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    Maybe it's a good thing I've had extra healing time before the first bd.

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    Becca boo. I just replied on fb, but it's our uterus walls or something that are bigger now, hence the way bigger af's, more Space in there now to build up lining or something like that

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    Are the uterus walls crinkled up to fit in the same space as before? I always thought it shrunk back down to size

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    I'm not sure but I only put something up on fb about it a week ago. It didn't really explain, just that there is more space???

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    This is what I found. Not sure if I can put it on bh

    For some women, even childbirth can be a cause. "Sometimes heavy bleeding occurs after a woman has had a child, or several children," says Dr. Goldstein. "Pregnancy causes the surface area of the uterus to expand, which means that after childbirth, there is twice as much surface area to shed through menstruation as before, hence the heavier bleeding than before childbirth."

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    Maybe thats why my af was lighter/shorter. My uterus shrunk down really efficiently.

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