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How to Have Sex When You are Pregnant


In the past, there were many horror stories about the risks of having sex while pregnant. However, doctors now agree that a woman with a normal pregnancy does not put herself or her baby at risk by having sex. In fact, many women find that their sex drives increase dramatically when they’re pregnant. As a woman’s body changes during her pregnancy, even if her sex drive is high, she can still feel uncomfortable about having sex. Following are a few tips on how to have sex when you are pregnant.

The first step in how to have sex when you are pregnant is to make sure that you know your partner. Engaging in high risk sexual activity while pregnant is a bad idea, as any diseases you contract can affect your baby. Too often women will assume that they don’t need to use protection, as they’re already pregnant. However, if you’re having sex with more than one partner or your partner is having sex with others, you will still need to use a condom to protect against possible diseases.

The next step in how to have sex when you are pregnant is to pay attention to your body. During pregnancy, there are many hormones that will be surging through your body. Sometimes these hormones will cause a spike in your sex drive that leaves you wanting sex all the time. Let your partner know that you’re ready to go and they’ll likely feel lucky to have a woman that’s so excited to be with them.

Communication is also a large part of how to have sex when you are pregnant. You might find that what arouses you has changed. Perhaps before you were into only gentle caresses and now that you’re pregnant, you want to be handled more roughly – or vice versa. Don’t be afraid to let your partner know what most arouses you and what they can do to best please you. Tell them how much they excite you and give them tips on how you’d best like to be touched.

Sometimes men can be uncomfortable about having sex with their pregnant wife. The woman will commonly take this as an indication that her growing body turns him off. However, it’s often simply a case of the man being concerned that he’s going to hurt the baby somehow. If this is your issue and you’re looking to find out how to have sex when you are pregnant without harming the baby, rest assured that the penis will not come in contact with the baby.

Of course if you’re working on how to have sex when you are pregnant and there is any kind of bleeding or discharge, you’ll want to stop and contact your doctor. You also want to make sure that the man isn’t blowing air into the vagina. In rare cases, this can cause air bubbles to form which can have a negative impact on the baby. This doesn’t mean that a woman can’t be gone down on during pregnancy, it just means that she’ll need her partner to be careful.

Learning how to have sex when you are pregnant mostly involves learning how to have sex in a new body. Some women find it uncomfortable to have sex as their belly grows. A good position in the later months can be both partners on their sides, with the man entering the woman from behind. This prevents the belly from getting in the way. However, there are many other positions that can be utilized. Try out a few things with your partner and see what brings you both the most pleasure.



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