About the Author: Dr. Molly Weinbender, PT

Dr. Molly Weinbender is a physical therapist and pelvic health specialist with MovementX in Portland, Oregon.

What’s Up with the Six Week Rule?

The six-week rule states that a birthing person should not have penetrative sexual intercourse for the first six weeks postpartum, regardless of the delivery method.

In this article featured on Dame, Dr. Molly Weinbender with MovementX explains why this rule exists, the validity behind it, and what you need to consider when waiting to have sex after pregnancy.

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About the Author

Molly Weinbender Physical Therapist w8ty MovementX, Post Partum Physical Therapy in McMinnville

Dr. Molly Weinbender is a physical therapist and pelvic health specialist with MovementX in Portland, OR. She believes that it’s imperative to have a strong, functional foundation in the pelvic floor. Dr. Weinbender is passionate about treating a variety of pelvic floor conditions, lumbosacral dysfunctions, and hip pain. She is committed to providing one on one care to meet you needs and work towards your goals.

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