Jenni Farley On Childbirth: JWoww Claims Birth Was "Awful," Won't Have Sex For A Year Or Two

11:21 AM EDT 8/19/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Jenni "JWoww" Farley opened up about childbirth and sex in a new interview.

While promoting her new horror comedy, Jersey Shore Massacre, Farley spoke out about the birth of her daughter, Meilani Alexandra, and revealed why she doesn't want to have sex with fiancé, Roger Mathews, for at least "a year of two."

"My birth was god-awful," Farley told HuffPost Live, via an Aug. 19 report by Us Weekly. "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."

Farley and Mathews announced they were expecting their first child on Christmas Day, calling the news the "best gift" they could have gotten. Throughout her pregnancy, Farley experienced ups and downs, dealing with intense morning sickness, a miscarriage scare and a low-lying placenta -- and the pregnancy drama didn't end there.

The birth was dramatic, as well.

At the time her daughter arrived, on July 13, Farley was between epidurals and on her own, which made for quite the painful experience.

Even now, five weeks after Meilani's birth, Farley is under doctor's orders to abstain from sex -- and plans to continue with her abstinence long after her doctor gives her and Mathews the okay.

"It's like virgin status. [Roger]'s like, 'Come on!' I'm like, 'No, I was stitched, you've got to wait!'" she said. "I'm not going to have sex for another year or two."

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