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  1. Christina
    January 7, 2009

    Great tips as always, Kristen. I’ll add to not give up if things don’t work at first. I felt ready to have sex again around 3 months postpartum, but our first few tries were horrible. Despite lube and setting, it hurt so much we had to stop, and I wondered if I’d ever be able to have sex again.
    It wasn’t until 6 months postpartum that everything started to “work” again and then it was actually better than ever. Some women bounce back faster, some slower.

  2. allison riches
    February 15, 2009

    When I read the ‘get back in the saddle’ article, i was hoping for more. I’ve had 2 children in close succession, and what I recommend is literally getting in the saddle.
    My floor has never been so tight since I purchased and started exercising my horse. I use muscles which I swear don’t have online search engines, so god only knows how a bloke is supposed to find and ‘repair’ them….
    I was cabable of signing cheques witha clenched biro after just 2 months of the ‘Katherine Flapps Floor Restore’. Its fun, its exhilirating, it rebuilds confidence, it redefines the body- inside as well as out; you’ll be tighter and more technical than before kids! try it. alli@alimar.net

  3. Sarah
    August 31, 2009

    Our son is 2 now and I still just dont want it. Its not that I dont want him. I dont want anyone. Can you give me some advice??

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