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Sex After Baby e-course

Return to sex with confidence and ease with these proven strategies!

Who is this course for? People with postpartum pain with sex and those that love them!  

This course is designed for people experiencing postpartum pain with sex, but may also be helpful for health care professionals who talk to their patients about sex. This course will teach participants about some of the most common causes of painful sex after having a baby, and educate participants about treatment options for each cause.

What we will cover:

  • Background information including pelvic anatomy, the sexual response cycle, and postpartum changes.
  • Strategies to reduce pain with sex including lubricants, scar massage, pelvic floor muscle recovery, helpful tools, and sex positions
  • Advanced tips including overcoming obstacles, sensate focus, and journaling to track your progress
  • Course wrap up to review key points, provide additional online resources, and a bonus quiz to check your memory


Did you know that myPFM is a non-profit pelvic health awareness campaign? 

As part of giving back and helping people in underserved communities, for every course that is purchased, we will donate one course to organizations that serve communities and countries that have limited resources.  So not only are you "Getting Help", you are "Giving Help" too! 



Once you purchase this course, be sure to check your "spam" or "junk" inbox for email confirmation. 

After you purchase the course, you can access the course by logging into your Kajabi account. 

Since this is a pre-recorded, self-paced course, you can complete it at your convenience from the comfort and safety of your own home.  

You will have access to this course for 12 months to review and refresh your memory as needed.  

If you have any questions or difficulties, please email us at [email protected]

What People Are Saying:

Wow, thank you for giving me the opportunity to review this course. Overall, I felt like you did a GREAT job explaining things. There was good reiteration without feeling repetitive. It felt like a gradual building on the previous topic. Well put together and thought out. I watched all the way through, but had I watched it in segments, the course was well structured and would have been easy to pick back up where I'd left off without feeling like I had missed something since you briefly tie in the old topics as you built onto the newer topics. The graphic designers did a great job! I wrote in my notes "good graphics without being .. too graphic." Along with your props - PG but still got all of the correct points across in a way that didn't feel uncomfortable to watch. It was not "scary" information. Felt like a calm, comforting conversation that despite what one may experience, many solutions exist not only in a Healthcare setting but at home as well. The course was personal, down to earth, but also professional and educational. Loved the quiz at the end. Totally bummed that I missed the WHO recommendation question. I had second guessed myself and got it wrong. :( Again, thank you for allowing me to review. This was beneficial for me, although I've not given birth yet. I am certain that many others will benefit from this information as well!

Leeann Roen

Great evidence-based course! Very clear explanation of everything from perineal tears to lubricant use! Love the visuals- most notably the different grades of perineal tears. Strengths: Jeanice speaks and enunciates well which makes it very easy to follow whether you are able to watch the screen or not! The course was easy to watch on a cell phone (which is great for mom's on the go). The visuals, clear enunciation, handouts, and worksheets appeal to many different kinds of learners. Favorites: Love how she provide handouts and instructional videos for cesarean section and perineal incision mobilization. Providing a handout is an amazing resource for participants. In addition, I love how she educates course participants on incision mobilization with the balloon first, then showed on her own abdomen, and then on an actual incision. It was a great graded exposure process, which is so important for some women who are not quite ready to interact with their own incisions. Just amazing!! Great work! Great resource also for PTs! The information about lubricants was far more extensive than anything I learned before!

Lauren Trosch, PT, DPT