JWoww publicly announced she wouldn't be having sex while pregnant, but much to her fiance Roger Mathews' dismay, the "Jersey Shore" cast member and new mother is in no rush to hit the sheets after giving birth.
In a HuffPost Live appearance to promote "Jersey Shore Massacre," the new horror comedy film she produced, Jenni "JWoww" Farley said that while her "vagina is back to normal," she'll still be abstaining.
"I'm not going to have sex for another year or two" she told host Caitlyn Becker.
Meilani, her daughter, was born five weeks ago, but the reality star's remained celibate "because doctors advise waiting until the six-week mark."
Although she and Roger haven't cozied up to one another since the beginning of her pregnancy, JWoww admitted she's not looking forward to resuming sexual activity.
"It's like virgin status," she affirmed. "[Roger's] like, 'Come on!' and I'm like 'No -- I was stitched. You have to wait!'"
Watch the rest of JWoww's hysterical conversation with HuffPost Live here.
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