Pregnancy sex is not only safe, it's encouraged! Here's what's normal and what's not, plus expert advice and real-mom tips to make having sex during pregnancy as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. You've been trying and trying and—finally! After grilling your OB about whether your baby is developing as expected, you probably have one more lingering question: Now that the deed is done, can you have sex while pregnant?
Sex During Pregnancy: What Every Pregnant Person Should Know
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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. But what about sex while you're pregnant?
If you're pregnant or even planning a pregnancy, you've probably found lots of information about sex before pregnancy that is, having sex in order to conceive and sex after childbirth general consensus: expect a less-active sex life when there's a newborn in the house. But there's less talk about the topic of sex during pregnancy, perhaps because of cultural tendencies to not associate expectant mothers with sexuality. Like many parents-to-be, you may have questions about the safety of sex and what's normal for most couples. Well, what's normal can vary widely, but you can count on the fact that there will be changes in your sex life. Open communication will be the key to a satisfying and safe sexual relationship during pregnancy.
It is completely safe for a woman to continue having sex throughout her pregnancy unless her doctor or midwife has told her otherwise. As her belly starts to grow bigger, a woman may discover that certain positions are more comfortable for her. Talking openly about sex can help both partners to enjoy sex throughout the pregnancy.