After having a baby,my breasts feel deflated and very unsexy. and if my Husband tries to turn me on with them, it's very awkward knowing that I breastfed my Daughter. How do I get over this? Or should we just give breasts a miss altogether?
Haha I'm too lazy to wash my breast after he licks them so we give it a miss just goal in the hole.
Well, if u fee not sexy about ur breast anymore then i guess u should really give it a miss. But since it is a thing that men like, try to communicate wth ur husband about how u feel about them so maybe u all can still involve the breast but to a lesser degree? Some fondling?Read more
Actually you should see your breasts as very sexy. They are the source of your daughter's food and a significance of what you have done for motherhood. I am sure your husband still finds your breasts sexy. In fact some men find their wives sexier after giving birth :) actually our breasts size usually remain the same after we breastfeed. I have spoken to a breast specialist before . They only feel or look smaller because before that our breasts were very engorged and bigger during pregnancy and breastfeeding so it is a relative thing. But yes they do feel but deflated like all the fats have been sucked out, not so firm anymore. If we learn to love our bodies before and after birth and be confident about it I am sure your husband will find you sexy deflated or notRead more
My husband just give my breast amiss. He feels that it's my baby food source he feels weird playing with it. There are many ways to get into the sexual feeling other then fondling of breasts.Read more
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Your hubby should love everything about you - and appreciate what you've put your body through for your child. Maybe talk to him about this and see why he feels this. Talking is often the best cure. Good luckRead more
i'll give it a miss!
I would give this a miss! It is a huge turn-off for me. :(
I'm surprised your husband is okay with milk coming out? I would personally tell hime to give it a miss.
Hi, I feel that having confidence in your body gives one strength. So, have that confidence in be proud of your breasts as they are the source of food to your daughter. I am sure you will feel better :)Read more
- I just had a baby and I feel very 'unsexy' and I hate that my husband thinks my now larger breasts are super-hot. It turns me off especially because I'm breastfeeding my 6 month old. How do I deal with these feelings and how do I also strike a middle ground and keep my husband happy as well?Minoli Almeida
- What turns you on when having sex with your partner? My husband likes to suck my nipples and he squeezes my breasts very hard. He also likes to stimulate me by rubbing my clitoris or go down there to lick me. We usually did plenty of foreplay and french kiss a lot. While I enjoyed sex with him, I could never achieve my big O while having sex with him. We usually have sex once a week and we do desire each other. He gets satisfactory sex from me for sure as I could see from his expression and the words that he said while we're doing it. However, I'm just wondering if there are ways that we could climax at the same time. Am I not turn on enough by him to achieve my big O?
1) encourage him to foreplay with you more, women need more time than men to climax so you should get 'started' earlier. 2) try taking control, use his body the way you like it until you are ready, when you are about to climax be vocal to let him know (passionately if possible), this will excite him and build him up so he would be ready at the same time. (a minute should be enough, most men are easy to trigger if you do it right)Anonymous
- I am a massive over supply mum and I hate it - I am constantly leaking and my breasts are always engorged. I feel my whole life is either devoted to DL baby or pumping milk. How do I handle this?
Here are some tips to help reduce supply of milk: Feed your baby with one breast during each feed; this will help to improve the balance between the foremilk and the hind milk and will gradually encourage the body to produce less milk. Try to change your position while you feed; try to lean back slightly and support the baby’s head so that it is elevated above the nipple. You can also try lying on your back or your side, as the reduced power of the downward force of gravity will help to slow down and control the flow of milk. Wait a while after your baby has finished nursing on one breast; if they still appear to be hungry and wanting more, offer the other breast. If they don’t seem to want more and are full, do not offer the other breast. Relax and stay calm during the letdown reflex, when the milk will come out quickly and erratically; you can absorb this milk in a towel and then latch your baby onto your breast after this initial ejection. Wind your baby more frequently if you feel that they may have swallowed a lot of air during the early stage of the feed if you notice them gulping, they will probably have taken in lots of air. Avoid expressing milk unless you absolutely have to; the body works on a supply and demand basis, so expressing will cause the boy to produce more milk. Try drinking sage tea during the evening; sage contains oestrogen, which will help to reduce the supply of milk.Anonymous