FYI: This post speaks of sex and the possible problems one can have because of breastfeeding. I'm not crass and believe that there is a place for talking about this and hope others may find the information useful.
After Charis was born, there was no way I wanted to have sex again and part of the reason was that I had no clue what to expect and didn't like the new curves from being pregnant. I often wished I could speak with someone who would tell me everything was fine, but I didn't have people around to ask. I was thankful for websites such as KellyMom and La Leche League because they were not ashamed to write about it. Yes, I spoke with Drew, but obviously he had no personal experience with what to expect either. The first two things, I would not have known if it weren't for the above websites were:
Vaginal dryness. When you're breastfeeding, your estrogen is lower which can cause vaginal dryness. Two things you can do to help this are taking it slow and getting an over the counter lubricant.
Milk release, especially when having an orgasm. The same hormone which releases breast milk is released during sex. This is not necessarily disgusting; you and your husband may even have fun with it. But, if you want to avoid your milk releasing, try breastfeeding your baby before having sex.