This past December when I gave birth to our son at 20 weeks gestation, he was our first child/my first pregnancy. This is a strange question, but is it normal to feel like your female parts feel different than they used to, especially during intercourse? My Dr. said that anatomically, I am back to normal, but I certainly don't feel that way. I feel like everything's shifted around. Sex still feels good, but it feels like my body's changed, and everything's a little different. Even tampons don't feel right anymore. Is this a normal perception to have after giving birth? How long does it last?
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