MEGA/GC Images

Amy Schumer says her vagina is "street trash" since getting married to Chris Fischer in 2018. Schumer explained the biggest change in her life on Kevin Hart's "Comedy Gold Minds" podcast.

"It's honestly just like, huge now and just garbage. It's just street trash. Yeah, I would say my street trash pā€”-y is probably [the biggest change]."

Then Schumer got serious, saying her marriage also trashed her social life.

"I don't go out anymore. I mean, it's also the pandemic, but I'd be down at the Cellar every night doing standup, and now it's like, if a friend is like, 'Want to meet out at 8:00 PM?,' I'm like '8:00pm?! Sorry, I'm in ...' I mean, I'm not in bed, I stay up, you know..."

Jackson Lee/GC Images

Amy Schumer, 39, and Fischer, 41, welcomed their first child, Gene Fischer, in May 2019.

There years into their marriage -- an eternity in Hollywood -- Schumer says the dopamine is fading.

"We probably have sex every seven to 10 days. We need to do that more."

She said they schedule their sex sessions now.

"I go, 'Do you want to have sex?' And he makes this face," she said. "He kind of pictured it, and like, winced. He's imagining it and he made a face kind of like he ate something bad."

Schumer said Fischer then told her, "How about tomorrow?ā€ to which she replied, "Great. Thank you. I feel really good."

Watch the podcast below.