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Nina: Okay. So we are back talking about sex and pregnancy. This letter, somebody wrote this. And it's not a real name, so it's Fly Xo (ph). I am so, I don’t know whatever, doesn’t matter, but I have to go on because I am just so impressed. Okay, she says.
Nina: Yeah. I delivered my baby girl vaginally and this is important information on Wednesday and had sex on Sunday, now if I do it on the next Sunday --
Kendall: Oh, no don’t do that.
Nina: I know they said to wait six weeks; they do unusually for a good reason.
Kendall: Yes, very good reason.
Nina: But I ask, is there really anything that can happen? Well, yes, you can get a bloody infection. But she felt fine, it didn’t hurt, and I feel fine and I have healed really quickly.
Kendall: Most women do not want to have sex after having a baby. Your whole insides have had a huge baby head come out, a body come out. It does damage inside internally which needs to heal, and you cannot be having sex.
Nina: Doesn’t say that, just vaginally.
Kendall: Vaginally, oh! My God, no, you have to wait six weeks, your – has to get you.
Nina: If you are having sex, frankly after that sort of stretching, would you know, would you really know, maybe you think you had sex.
Kendall: Yeah, and there is also -- you have postpartum wart afterwards, so you have to have all --
Nina: Okay, and also seriously, I mean I am glad you felt well but did you run increase risk of infection?
Kendall: The doctor has to give you a six week checkup and give you the green one.
Nina: Okay. Also, if you get infected or something goes wrong in that six weeks, you are looking a three months babe, and you are not after three months --
Kendall: I was not interested after I have my baby, sorry. But you know six weeks – I still don’t want to hear about it.
Nina: That's another topic all together. Okay, go on.
Kendall: Okay, Now, Iksha. I don’t know if that's her real name, but Iksha. Iksha says, what is the safe position having sex during pregnancy? Well, she’d like someone to send photos -- no photos, but let me say, whatever works for you.
Nina: Yeah, whatever you feel comfortable, doing side-by-side is good.
Kendall: But, you can't be lying on your stomach because like you could fall off. This puts you back to side-by-side, because if you fall off and go like that, well, voila! You are back in side-by-side.
Nina: Right, right, there are many positions. You have just got to find what works for you and what's comfortable for both of you.
Kendall: Not in the bedrooms of the nation. If it works, it doesn’t hurt, everybody is happy.
Nina: Do it here, I have got one, I have got one from Lakin Allen. Okay, she is 36 weeks pregnant and still hasn’t opened up to take sex with her husband, like they had before they were pregnant. Six times a week before now, she only has twice a week.
She is wondering, how many women still have sex at this point at 36 weeks which is really close to giving birth and if anyone else’s husband worries about the baby during the sex, I think I keep on him more about the sex than he does for me. So she wants to have sex, and she wonders if it's okay. I think my doctor never had any concerns when I was pregnant up until the very end.
Kendall: Oh, well, see I had a strange pregnancy where I started labor in month 7. So around month 7 everything was like a crisis, I don’t know.
Nina: Check with your doctor. Porno, how do we get the porno?
Nina: Well, do you know she needs something that will keep her interested and excited. I don’t know, there are other ways you may have to find.
Kendall: No, no, she wants sex, and he doesn’t. He is scared that it will hurt the baby.
Nina: I know, if she sits on the proper angle on her washing machine during the spin cycle, she might find that, that will satisfy her needs temporarily. I wouldn’t suggest that long-term.
Kendall: Well, you know what, I think – yeah, he is a lucky guy. She still wants it at 36 weeks. That's one hack of a girl.
Nina: He is worrying, and I respect him for that on some level because he is a nice guy.