Got a post-pregnancy sex question for Dr Dawn?

It is a very common problem which is rarely spoken about - post pregnancy sex, or lack of it.

Are you struggling to get your libido back after having a baby? Maybe you just don't feel sexy anymore? Perhaps you're worried it will be painful? Or maybe you're a man and you feel differently towards your partner now she's a mother?

Whatever your story, call us on 08000 30 40 44 and Dr Dawn Harper will be here to take your calls. Calls are free from BT landlines, although calls from some mobiles and other networks may be charged. You can also email us thismorning@itv.com - you must be 18 or over and we need to hear from you by 11:15am.

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My daughter was stabbed by her boyfriend

On 18 February, 20-year-old Hollie Gazzard was stabbed to death in front of her horrified colleagues at the hairdressing salon where she worked.

The perpetrator of the frenzied attack was her ex-boyfriend Asher Maslin, 22. Last week, Asher was jailed for life and ordered to serve a minimum of 24 years in prison.

Now Hollie's grieving family want to speak out about the dangers of domestic violence and knife crime amongst young people. Her father Nick and sister Chloe join us to tell us how they are hoping to turn the tragedy of Hollie's death into a message of hope for those who may be suffering in the same way.

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Got a bug story for us?

Jenni is in The Hub and we want to hear from you about today's show - especially your bug stories!

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It's a bug's life this summer

A perfect storm of scorching weather and thunderstorms have made it a bumper summer for bugs - not just mosquitoes but other creepy crawlies which can give you even nastier bites.

Everyone has their own bite remedies, from drinking gin to eating garlic. But what really works?

Here to separate the fact from the fiction is Dr James Logan from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

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Are you confused by the property market?

Are you thinking of buying, selling, renting or refurbishing but don't know where to start? On Thursday's show, property expert Louisa Fletcher will be taking your calls.

Email your property question plus a contact telephone number to thismorning@itv.com by 11am on Thursday 24 July to be in with a chance of speaking to her live on the show. You must be over 18.

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How long should you wait to have sex after giving birth?

According to new research, one in 10 new mums wait longer than six months to have sex after childbirth - that's eight times longer than mums in the seventies. So why are modern women putting off sex post-pregnancy

Today we meet Hayley McLean, who didn't have sex with her partner until a year after her son was born, because she was worried about her body image.