ICAN of Nashville March Meeting: Sexuality Post Cesarean — The Bump
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ICAN of Nashville March Meeting: Sexuality Post Cesarean

Sex after a cesarean is sex after a major abdominal surgery, but it has emotional ramifications as well as physical ones. Women often don’t know who to ask or even how to frame their questions. How soon after a cesarean can we have sex again? Is it supposed to feel like this? When will we feel the same toward each other sexually? Will we ever? This month we will have guest speaker Emi Canahuati, MA with us to speak about some of the common problems people encounter after becoming parents and how to help maintain a sexual connection with your partner. 

Saturday, March 22, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm at The Nesting Place (605 Berry Rd, Suite A, Nashville, TN)

About Emi: Emi has been a sexuality educator and trainer for 17 years. She has extensive experience in sexuality and has worked with couples and women on increasing their sexual satisfaction. She is the founder of Thrive Education here in Nashville and does workshops and sex coaching with women, couples and parents. 


What to Bring: As always, ICANoN's monthly meetings are FREE, but please bring a box of tissues, toilet paper, or paper towels to donate to The Nesting Place for letting us use their beautiful office space.

Who Should Come: We’d like to restrict this meeting to cesarean women, their partners, and birth professionals. While childcare is not provided, children with quiet toys and babes-in-arms are welcome. 

For more information, contact us:
Phone: 615-305-5409
Email: [email protected]
Website: ICANofNashville.webs.com

 

Visit the event on Facebook for more information or to ask any questions 

https://www.facebook.com/events/583203608433123/?ref=3&ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular


ICAN of Nashville holds free monthly educational and support meetings for the community. The International Cesarean Awareness Network, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve maternal-child health by preventing unnecessary cesareans through education, providing support for cesarean recovery, and promoting Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC).
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