Mom, 31, VERY candidly reveals how her vaginal childbirth made sex MORE pleasurable than ever before: ‘My son stretched me out and made it a comfortable size!’

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Written By Maya Cantina
  • Lucie Fink, 31, from New York, lifted a lid on how childbirth changed her body
  • She explained that she used to feel ‘burning’ during her husband’s ‘first entry’
  • But since welcoming her son Milo in November 2021, it’s no longer painful 

A mother has very candidly revealed how giving birth to her son ‘stretched’ her vagina out and made sex more pleasurable than ever before.

Lucie Fink, 31, a popular YouTube star and podcast host based in New York City, recently lifted a lid on how childbirth changed her body for the better during a recent episode of her online show, The Real Stuff.

She dished on how the transformation helped make intimacy with her husband, Mike Morris, even more enjoyable.

The content creator explained that she used to feel ‘burning’ during her husband’s ‘first entry’ when they would have sex – but since welcoming her son Milo in November 2021, intercourse is no longer painful for her.

A mother has very candidly revealed how giving birth to her son ‘stretched’ her vagina out and made sex more pleasurable than ever before

Lucie Fink, 31, a YouTube star and podcast host based in New York City, recently lifted a lid on how childbirth helped make getting intimate with her partner, Mike Morris, more enjoyable

Lucie Fink, 31, a YouTube star and podcast host based in New York City, recently lifted a lid on how childbirth helped make getting intimate with her partner, Mike Morris, more enjoyable

She explained that she used to feel 'burning' during her husband's 'first entry' when they would have sex - but since welcoming her son Milo in November 2021, it's no longer painful

She explained that she used to feel ‘burning’ during her husband’s ‘first entry’ when they would have sex – but since welcoming her son Milo in November 2021, it’s no longer painful

She added that she was ‘so grateful’ her baby ‘stretched her out’ and made it more ‘comfortable.’ 

During a chat with fellow mommy influencer Cameron Rogers, she explained, ‘Maybe I had a tighter canal beforehand, but this child stretched me out and made it a very comfortable size. 

‘Previously, the first position we started in was such a big deal and [how ready] I was before it happened was a very big deal because I needed to have the right amount of lubrication in order for that first entry to not burn.

‘The very first few minutes were always painful but … I’ve literally stretched out and so starting now is so much easier.’

Lucie added that now, the ‘entry’ can ‘happen fast’ and she ‘can be in any position.’ 

‘It’s just gotten me to the perfect place so I’m very grateful,’ the social media star, who is currently expecting her second child, said.

During the extremely honest conversation, Lucie admitted that during the first few months after giving birth, she struggled because she endured a ‘small tear’ during labor.

She also said she had a hard time naturally creating ‘lubrication’ when she was breastfeeding, which forced her to have to use an ‘estrogen cream’ given to her by her doctor.

During a chat with fellow influencer Cameron Rogers, she explained, 'Maybe I had a tighter canal beforehand, but this child stretched me out and made it to a very comfortable size'

During a chat with fellow influencer Cameron Rogers, she explained, 'Maybe I had a tighter canal beforehand, but this child stretched me out and made it to a very comfortable size'

During a chat with fellow influencer Cameron Rogers, she explained, ‘Maybe I had a tighter canal beforehand, but this child stretched me out and made it a very comfortable size’

'Previously, I needed to have the right amount of lubrication in order for that first entry to not burn,' she added. 'But ... I've literally stretched out and so starting now is so much easier'

‘Previously, I needed to have the right amount of lubrication in order for that first entry to not burn,’ she added. ‘But … I’ve literally stretched out and so starting now is so much easier’

Cameron, who has two kids of her own, admitted that didn't feel a 'vaginal difference' during sex after becoming a mother

Cameron, who has two kids of her own, admitted that didn’t feel a ‘vaginal difference’ during sex after becoming a mother

‘I think postpartum, a lot of people immediately say it made [sex] worse and a lot of people actually think that they got tighter and I felt that way too in the first few months because I had a small tear,’ she shared. 

‘And while I was breastfeeding for nine months I had no lubrication so I had to get this estrogen cream from my OB just to start the process and just to get it in there honestly.’ 

Cameron, who has two kids of her own, admitted that didn’t feel a ‘vaginal difference’ during sex after becoming a mother.

But she added that she and her husband, Joe Rodgers, are ‘having the best sex of their lives post having children’ – since she feels like she has a ‘deeper connection’ with her partner. 

‘We’re also maybe having like a little less sex than pre-kids so maybe [having] less makes it better. Quality over quantity,’ she added.

In the end, Lucie said she hoped that them being so open about how childbirth affected their bedroom antics would make other moms feel less alone. 

‘I think it’s probably refreshing for some people to hear that in your case, you guys are having the best sex of your life even with two kids and in my case it [made it] actually feel better,’ she concluded.

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