In the final months of pregnancy, you might worry more that sex could harm your baby. If there are no problems with the pregnancy and you and your partner are keen, sex in the final months is fine. But most men find that they have less sex in late pregnancy. If there are some problems — for example, if your partner has some bleeding during pregnancy — talk with your GP, midwife or obstetrician.
Sex at 40 Weeks Pregnant: Is Sex at the End of Pregnancy Safe?
You made it! After 40 weeks of pregnancy — some sweet and exciting, others excruciatingly long — your due date has finally arrived. So is it okay to have sex while you wait for her arrival? And if so, could getting busy help to speed things along? Sex at 40 weeks pregnant can come with some big questions and unexpected surprises. You sure can. Including at the end.
Sex During Pregnancy: 4 Things to Know About the Third Trimester
In fact, having sex while expecting comes with a host of benefits, ranging from lowered blood pressure to improved sleep. Despite the advantages of pregnancy sex, though, many couples are wary to hop in the sheets during the last few months of gestation. For starters, swollen limbs and an ever-growing belly may make your favorite positions uncomfortable. Many people are also anxious about harming the baby or introducing bacteria to the birth canal.
Has pregnancy spiked your interest in sex? Or is sex the last thing on your mind? Either way, here's what you need to know about sex during pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant, you have sex.