Better Sex After Giving Birth: Exercises | Fit Pregnancy

Exercises for Better Post-Baby Sex

To ensure post-baby sex (for you and your partner) is sufficiently steamy, strengthen your pelvic-floor muscles.

Even if you didn’t have a vaginal birth, your pelvic-floor muscles are likely weakened. Not only are they stressed during pregnancy, a C-section incision directly affects the abdominal muscles adjacent to the pelvic floor.

Your pelvic floor can’t fully function without the help of your abdominal muscles, says physical therapist Tasha Mulligan, so it’s important to strengthen them both after a C-section.

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