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Sex & Masturbation During Pregnancy – What You Should Know

& During – What You Should Know

For some women, the idea of having a Pen!s or any other object inside of them while they’re carrying their unborn child is an absolute no-no. For some others, it’s not entirely an unwelcome idea but not knowing how to go about it, the consequences – or if there’s actually any wouldn’t let them get experimental.
This post is basically to clear up the doubts and questions you might have about sex or self pleasuring during your expectant months.
So here you go!

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It’s generally safe to have sex/masturbate

Forget what you heard, it’s generally safe to get under the sheets during pregnancy. Provided that your pregnancy is uncomplicated and low-risk, you should absolutely be fine.

The baby is safe too

Do not worry, the Pen!s/vibrator is not poking your baby. It is safely protected by the amniotic sac and the strong muscles of the uterus, and further protected against infection by the thick mucus plug that seals the cervix.

Sex is best enjoyed during the second trimester

The last thing on most women’s mind during the first trimester (Week 1 -12) is sex; what with the constant nauseous feeling and fatigue. But by the second trimester (week 13 -27), most of the troubles would have calmed down considerably, the genitals are usually engorged and there’s much more lubrication.

“Spooning” is your best bet

The most favorable and convenient sex position at this time is “spooning”. It’s more comfortable and there are better chances of the Pen!s hitting the right spots.

Orgasms do not trigger labour or cause miscarriage

Again, if you’re having a normal pregnancy, orgasms are not a bad thing for you. An orgasm won’t result in labour or a miscarriage. While you might experience mild uterine contractions after hitting a climax, it’s usually temporary and do not cause any harm. Matter of fact, the oxytocin released during orgasm can make you feel good all over.
So feel free to have some fun with your partner or by yourself, but remember if you have a history of repeated miscarriages, preterm labor, bleeding, or other related complications, seek your doctor’s advice before engaging in any sexual activity. Also, always feel free to say no to anything you’re not comfortable with.


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