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Which positions are more comfortable during intercourse after childbirth?

Hilda Y. Hutcherson, MD
OBGYN (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
If you’re nervous about starting intercourse again after childbirth, try woman-on-top, which allows you to con­trol the speed and depth of penetration. If you had a C-section, try lying on your sides facing each other or spooning (lying on your sides with your partner facing your back), which keeps pressure off of your incision.
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