Is Having Sex during pregnancy good or bad? Safe or not? Know more.
Pregnancy is the most beautiful phase of life. But a women has to cross many hurdles for a perfect healthy delivery of a baby. Like physical changes and mental changes. She is required to eat foods which she may hate and her growing tummy causes stretches and marks and itches and also non bearable pains like round ligament pains , joint pains,migraine, and the most wonderful delivery pain.
In spite of these a couple has to make compromise on sexual life as well. From the moment you come to know you are pregnant your mind tends to change. Some women gets a big desire for sex whereas some women’s sexual drive disappears. A men has to cope up with these in order to make your little one and your beloved wife feel comfortable. Our body is our biggest guide. Our body tells exactly what we need to do and if we listen to our body 90% of our health issues will be solved.
On your first visit to your Gynecologist, ask her if you are OK to have sex because it’s most said that the first 3 months are very crucial stage as the baby in the womb is not so steady and almost 25% end up in a unfortunate miscarriage. Only if your GP says it’s OK then you can continue sex. If you find yourself spotting after sex it’s very common and nothing much to worry but let your GP know . If you are bleeding after sex immediately contact your GP and do not have sex at least for the 3 months time. It all depends in you and carts from women to women and delivery to delivery. Not all are the same.
Once you have passed 3months time then congrats you can resume your normal sexual life. Note: few very few may be guided by your gp to stop until birth.
It is said that the enzymes in the sperm tends to stimulate contractions which helps with birth . Using a condom before 8 months would be better so that no infections could be passed on during sex and reduces the UTI urinary tract infection as well.
After the 8th month you can have sex and can be continued till birth. A good sex can help as a great stress reliever and also promotes contractions. The sperm proteins help rupture the walls of the uterus hence helping with opening as well as promoting contractions. So it is said that sex doesn’t hurt during pregnancy.
So how long can I have sex? What positions can I have? You should be carefully with the positions as not all possible positions are now safe to have sex. Never press your tummy . It’s dangerous .you can try women on top positions and side-wise positions only. Have sex very precise time and in a smoother way . If it hurts please stop and consult your gynecologist.
In short : sex is perfectly safe in pregnancy until your gynecologist suggests to stop or any bleeding occurs.
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