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I just had sex for my first time and I noticed my body is kinda looking more "shaped" like my boobs kinda feel bigger and my stomach feels skinnier and my skin softer . What happened with me? Did sex do something? I like the changes but I'm not sure how they happened! My boyfriend even noticed and loves it. But I'm just curious why? It literally happened the day after we had sex. Like that next morning .

[ 06-16-2013, 12:16 PM: Message edited by: skylerrose22 ]

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Robin Lee
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Hi skylerrose22,

Sex of any kind doesn't have the power to change our bodies. Some people might experience some flushing and slight swelling in areas like their breasts right after sexual activities from the increased blood flow, but those things subside very quickly.

I think what may be happening for you is that you're observing your body in a new way, a way that is different from how you observed it before. New sexual activities certainly can do that for some people, change the way they feel about and relate to their body.


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