Sex and pregnancy.

Many women are afraid to have sex during pregnancy for fear of harming their baby. At the same time, they forget that pregnancy is not a disease, and their body has a natural need. A prolonged absence of sex can negatively affect the emotional state of a pregnant woman. At the same time, the partner suffers too. Intimacy with a loved one helps to keep the hormones of a pregnant woman. Also, having sex helps a woman to experience positive emotions, which is beneficially reflected in her psychological health. Sex for expectant mothers is a source of good mood and well-being.

Doctors are confident that if a woman is healthy and has no problems with pregnancy, she can lead a full sex life. Sometimes women are afraid to harm their unborn child during intimacy. This delusion deprives them of their pleasure. The baby is reliably protected by the fetal bladder and uterus. Also, contractions of the uterus during orgasm cannot cause premature labor.
If you are afraid for your health and the health of your baby, you should make sure that your partner does not have sexually transmitted diseases. If you ignore this fact, you can harm yourself and your unborn child.

Pregnancy changes a woman’s body. Because blood flow to the pelvis increases, the vagina becomes narrower and the clitoris becomes larger, a woman can experience a brighter orgasm. A huge amount of the hormone of happiness – endorphin – is produced in a woman’s body during orgasm. This hormone affects the emotional state of a woman and an unborn child.
Often a woman becomes very sexy, more relaxed, and able to have enjoyment during pregnancy. Sex during pregnancy helps a couple get closer emotionally.

Doctors believe that having sex during pregnancy has several benefits and does not harm a woman. At the same time, they pay attention to the fact that a woman must be healthy.
A woman should listen to her body. If she wants sex, there is no reason to refuse it.
Each woman goes through the pregnancy stage differently. Their emotional and physical condition affects her desires for sex.


Of course, first of all, you should consult with your doctor.

The doctor may recommend abstaining from sex if he/she sees a reason for this:

  • vaginal bleeding,
  • premature opening of the cervix,
  • the placenta partially or completely covers the cervical opening,
  • cases of premature birth, miscarriage,
  • multiple pregnancies.

If you have no contraindications and the doctor sees no reason to refuse sex, you can have sex as much as you want.

Sometimes women are afraid to tell their partner about their sexual preferences or discomfort. Feel free to talk to your partner and tell him about your fears, preferences, and desires.

The choice of position plays a huge role in the comfort of sex during pregnancy. In this regard, do not be afraid to experiment. Choose positions that don’t put pressure on your stomach.

If you don’t feel like having sex, that’s okay too. Tell your partner your feelings honestly. You can get closer not only through sex. Hugs and kisses can help you show love and care for each other.

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