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Giving birth without the process bearing some effect on your body is highly unlikely. Especially after childbirth your honeypot goes through one of the most stressful natural experiences endured by any organ in your body.
It’s not just childbirth, but pregnancy and the associated hormones that take control of your whole body. You are bound to notice some consequences since your body is basically transitioning from pre-baby status to post-baby. Although it can be a regular issue for some women, the dryness of your honeypot is something men can never understand. Dryness can also be a serious concern since it can keep you from enjoying physical affections.
As primary hormones, progesterone and estrogen play a significant role during pregnancy. In women, these two are also responsible for periods. The levels of these hormones shoot through the roof when you are pregnant. However, your hormonal levels can drop in less than 24 hours postpartum, which means after childbirth. Additionally, estrogen levels are bound to fall even further if you are breastfeeding.
You might be wondering what estrogen has to do with the dryness of your honeypot. By increasing the lubrication and flow of blood to your girly parts, estrogen plays a major role in arousal. In women, symptoms of low estrogen levels include night sweats, hot flashes, and dryness of the honeypot.