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JWoww inflicts two-year sex ban on fiance

Posted: 08/19/2014 9:15 AM | Comments: 0

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JWoww has banned her fiance from having sex with her for two years.

The former 'Jersey Shore' star gave birth to her first child, Meilani, on July 13, and while everything appears to be back in working order following her horrifying labor, she isn't keen on having fun between the sheets with her partner Roger Matthews again just yet.

Speaking to HuffPost Live, she said: "[Roger]'s like, 'Come on!' I'm like, 'No, I was stitched, you've got to wait!'

"I haven't even looked yet. I'm not going to have sex for another year or two."

The 28-year-old reality star - whose real name is Jenni Farley - admits she is too "scared" to fall pregnant again because giving birth was the worst thing she has ever experienced.

She added: "My birth was god-awful. She walked out, she ran out! She took everything with her and I felt it all.

"It was the worst pain in the world. I'm so scared to get pregnant again."

JWoww recently admitted she will consider adoption to have another child.

She said: "We've considered adoption. Even before Meilani arrived, we've always said that we'd have two."

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