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Sex During Pregnancy: Its Safe or Not?

Safe sex is recommended for a healthy and happy relationship, but during pregnancy couple’s way of thinking get changed about sex. If you are planning for a baby, then it’s good to know how you should go. To consult sex specialist doctor for getting details about sexual activeness to conceive, sex during pregnancy and sex after pregnancy before getting pregnant is recommended.

Some couple sex drive gets changed during pregnancy, in women because of tiredness, uneasiness, nausea and changing emotions while in men getting fear of hurting the unborn baby. After pregnancy also, it takes time to get back to normal for a pregnant woman, sometimes it can take weeks. There is best certified female sexologist in Bangalore you can visit and can get a consultation for a safe pregnancy ahead.

During pregnancy some women sex drive gets low and for many get high. If it is low, then better communication with the partner can keep your relationship go smooth. You can share what you feel with your partner. If your libido getting an increase, then there will be a question in every couple’s mind

Is sex during pregnancy safe or not?

Many couples ask is sex during pregnancy safe or not? According to the expert sexologist answer is yes, it’s completely safe until the female is comfortable and not getting hurt. If pregnancy is normal, it’s safe to have sex, you can try the positions that work for you. Don’t go for the positions that can put pressure on your belly. Most of the people worried about having intercourse especially in the first and third trimester, it is totally safe to have sex till your water break or you get labour.

If you are worried about the unborn baby will get hurt while having sex then there is no need to worry at all. Your baby has protected with the uterus strong muscles and amniotic fluid present in your uterus. Sometimes STI(sexually transmitted infection) can cause your baby, and you can get harmful diseases so it’s better to have safe sex.

When to avoid sex during pregnancy Some sex specialist doctors advise avoiding pregnancy sex in some cases like

  • A history of premature birth
  • Unexplained vaginal bleeding
  • Leakage of amniotic fluid
  • Abdominal pain
  • Vaginal infection
  • Cervical insufficiency

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