25 Dec

In the postpartum period, women experience a number of changes from a psychological, physical and social point of view.

After the first 6 weeks after a normal or cesarean delivery, all pregnancy-related changes return to normal. During this period; the uterus returns to its former size, bleeding and discharge are stopped, and the birth sutures are fully healed.

Sexual intercourse is prohibited during this period, which is called lohusalik.


At the end of six weeks, the mother becomes physically ready for sexual intercourse, and after the first three months, sexual desire returns to normal.

Although the mother is physically ready, she may continue to have some problems spiritually.

The reasons for the persistence of women’s sexual aversion after locus can be listed as follows:


• The woman thinks that she will feel pain again during sexual intercourse
• Involuntary contraction of the

  • Anxiety, anxiety and fear situations that arise as a result of conflicts that he experiences in his spiritual world
  • Reservations about baby care
    • Insomnia and fatigue
  • The hormone prolactin, which ensures the secretion of milk
    • Decrease in the hormone estrogen
  • Vaginal dryness

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