When is it safe to have sex after a D&C?? Was just wondering b/c I havent had sex in like a month and i just had a D&C done and i dont want to try to early for intimacy with my husband and i dont want to hurt myself in anyway.
Most docs say give it 6 weeks but I had sex about a month after. Didnt hurt in any way just depends on what your body can handle. But I would encourage you to only be intimate when you truely have the want too, dont push it. There is a reason they advise a 6 week waiting period
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