7 myths about sex during pregnancy

May 26 2019 05:56 PM
7 myths about sex during pregnancy

How much and when can you have sex, is it worth it to give birth in bed and can the child understand what the parents are doing.

Myth 1. Sex during pregnancy will harm the child.

This is a very vague formulation, but many prospective parents are afraid that sex will somehow interfere with the fetus. It is difficult to imagine exactly how: after all, the penis does not reach those organs where the embryo is located. The future child is protected by fetal waters, the shell, the uterus and the cervix. He also needs to hold out in a strange body for nine months, and such a natural process as sex cannot hurt him.

And do not think that the child will understand or notice something. When the pregnancy is calm, and the woman is relaxed and contented, then the child, of course, is easier to develop. In another way, parental sex will not affect him.

Myth 2. You can not have sex in the first and last trimester of pregnancy

If the pregnancy proceeds normally, without complications, then there are no restrictions on sex.

Sometimes you have to give up traditional sex, but this is not due to the gestational age, but to the condition of the woman. Contraindications are:

  1. Bleeding during pregnancy.
  2. Placenta previa.
  3. Placental abruption.
  4. The presence of a hematoma.
  5. Cervical insufficiency.

It is impossible to determine most of these contraindications on your own, you need to be monitored by a doctor, who will say whether to continue sex life. And if the doctor says nothing, do not hesitate to ask.

Myth 3. Sex causes premature labor

Scientists have found no connection between sex and the date of birth effect of vaginal intercourse on spontaneous labor time: a randomized controlled trial. Research results show that it does not matter how much a pregnant woman makes love. Childbirth comes when the mother and the child are ready for it, and not when the couple decided to have sexCoitus to expedite the onset of labor: a randomized trial.

Female orgasm does not cause a fight. The uterus is a muscular organ that, during orgasm, under the influence of hormones, contracts a little more, it lasts a few seconds. Such a short exposure is incomparable with labor pains, so you can safely enjoy it.

In the last weeks of pregnancy, they do not recommend violent sex, but at this time they do not recommend overstraining in principle. So slow sex can easily be practiced right up to birth. This does not affect anything except a good relationship.

Myth 4. Sex during pregnancy is good for giving birth.

Sperm is said to contain prostaglandins, which help prepare the cervix for childbirth. Therefore, a few weeks before the expected date you need to be zealous in bed.

Prostaglandins are actually found in many tissues of the body (including semen), and the cervix is ​​shortened before delivery. But these are two facts that are not related to each other. False-Negative, False-Negative, and Invalid Results for Women with Symptoms?. So make love, not therapy.

Myth 5. It will hurt

This is not really a myth. A woman's body varies greatly during pregnancy, and it's not just the size of the abdomen.

The blood circulation in the small pelvis increases, the organs carry increased stress, the hormonal balance changes, and thrush is often manifested. These factors sometimes lead to the fact that during sex there is pain or pleasant sensations disappear. Pregnant women.

Look for new poses, use lubricant and don't forget about foreplay to relax and have fun.

Myth 6. A condom is always needed during pregnancy.

Getting pregnant again will not work, therefore, as a contraceptive method, a condom is definitely not needed.

Another thing, if a woman finds a new man or infections are found in her regular partner. In these cases, the condom is always needed, not only during pregnancy.

Myth 7. During pregnancy, there will be no sex at all.

If there are no contraindications, then there is no point in limiting yourself to sex. But only if there is a desire to make love. Many women have decreased libido during pregnancy, and so much so that they don't want sex at all. These are the effects of hormonal surges. Forcing yourself is not the best way to go, especially if you add feeling unwell and mood swings.

But if the new state has led to the fact that you want more sex, then try and do not worry.

also read: How to satisfy a woman: 9 simple things that everyone dreams about in bed

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