Doctors answer.
It makes sense that during pregnancy you want to be as careful with your body as possible. After all, you are growing a whole new human being inside you. While plenty of women report their partners try to be more gentle with
That second trimester, though.
Although having sex while pregnant is considered safe in most cases, every woman is going to approach it a little differently. Here, seven women break down exactly how it felt to get it bumping with a baby bump.*Names have been changed.
100% pregnant-lady-approved.
Pregnancy is a great time for sex. Seriously. For one, you're not going to get pregnant again, at least not at the moment, so no worries there. And if you have any body image hang-ups (*angrily shakes fist at
Your baby will kick more.
We all know how rough and frisky sex can be, and the curious ones among us have wondered if sex is okay while pregnant. It surely looks uncomfortable in our imaginations. Even awkward and painful, and not really very sexy. Here, we
Your chances of conception are maximized by ~deeper~ penetration.
While trying to get pregnant might sound fun to those who haven't been through it (it's an excuse to have loads of sex and blame your horniness on trying to make a baby right? Wrong!) it can be pretty stressful,
It's basically a race to orgasm before he starts thinking about the baby again.
Really, what he's thinking the entire time is, "Don't think about the baby" and "Now I'm thinking about the baby and I'm losing my erection." It's infinitely cyclical, similar to the water cycle. Except this is much
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