Her father, Berndt Wackels Danielsen (1836–1910), was Norwegian but had German citizenship.
No matter how much you love her, women are sensitive and sometimes they feel insecure in a relationship without any reason.
No, it’s not the plot of a particularly cheesy porn movie, it is a scientific fact: Orgasm releases the hormone oxytocin, which is tied to the “milk ejection reflex,” commonly called “milk letdown.” Milk can start dripping, or in some cases even actively start spraying from your nipples — and all over your partner.
In fact, it’s not impossible for lactation to occur during orgasm even in women who have never given birth.
So, in an effort to give as many new moms as possible some "you're totally normal" reassurance, eight women share how sex changed after they gave birth.1. After the twins, my partner fell more in love with me. We started having sex again when the doctor approved it: after six weeks.
"Three weeks after giving birth to twins via an emergency C-section in October 2013, the ol' man and I were back at it again. But for maybe the first eight months after childbirth, the idea of sex was incredibly disgusting to me.