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Sex & pregnancy...do they mix? - pregnancy

 

As a pregnant woman, you may encounter sex drives much like your moods. Up and Down! Some women claim that they have no sex drive at all all through pregnancy, and others, say their sex drive is change for the better for the duration of pregnancy. With changes to your body incident so quickly, your moods and dives may also alter just as quick!

Here are some communal questions often asked by pregnant women with beneficial answers!

Is it safe to have sex for the duration of all trimesters of pregnancy?

If there is no pain at some point in sex and your not a high risk pregnancy, then sex is entirely safe! If you are experiencing pain, or have a account of miscarriages, or any complications, consult with your medicinal professional.

I do not have any ask for sex, is this normal?

Every woman's pregnancy is different. While some women encounter an become more intense in their sex drive, others may come into contact with a decrease. Many women that are experiencing dawn sickness, have no appeal for sex at all. This is fine, and in point of fact completely normal. Who wants to make love when they feel sick? As you enter your 2nd trimester, most of the time the dawn condition will start to vanish. Once this happens, you will feel advance and your sex drive many appear. If you seem to just have no appeal for sex at all, there are other ways to comply with your needs and your partners needs for intimacy, such as kissing and asset each other.

Are there any positions that are more comfortable all through my later months of pregnancy?

Once your belly begins to grow, it may befit uncomfortable to have sex in the "man on top" position. The "spoon" attitude has be converted into cute all the rage among pregnant women! In this position, each partner lays on their side, with the man in the back. This way your belly is not in the way and your body is still flat.

Is it true that sex can induce labor?

According to health professionals, there is a element in semen, that will allay the cervix, and aid in the labor process. However, sex will not in fact induce labor. The semen can assist the labor course of action once it has begun, but will not in reality cause labor to begin. If you are experiencing contractions, consult with your checkup professional.

If you have any other questions that have not been addressed, talk with your health professional! He or She would be more than eager to offer answers to your questions!

About The Author

Tara Grant, owner of http://www. awomansresource. com and http://www. designbytara. com. Tara is a warm-hearted entrepreneur, protect of 2 small family and an avid networker in the parenting communities!

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