Culture tends to dissociate expectant mothers from sexuality, so there is less talk about the topic of sex during pregnancy. Many women find that sex becomes uncomfortable as their bodies get larger. Not only because of their size but also because of they are preoccupied with the impending delivery and the excitement of becoming a new parent.
However, you and your partner want to open regarding your sexual relationship. The ways to satisfy your need for intimacy, such as holding each other, kissing, and caressing. It is sure that you may need to experiment with other position for sex that is the most comfortable.
There are two ways of sexual behavior that are not safe.
First, oral sex is not safe 100 percent; you don’t let your partner blow air into your vagina. Blowing air can cause an air embolism, which can be potentially fatal for baby and mother.
Second, don’t have sex with unknown sexual history partners. He may have a sexually transmitted disease, such as herpes, Chlamydia, or HIV. If you are infected, the disease will be transmitted to your baby. This sex can harm your baby!
If your physician or other pregnancy health care provider anticipates or detects certain significant complications with your pregnancy, he or she is likely to advice against sexual intercourse. These are common risk factors.
– Treat of miscarriage.
– Signs indicating the risk of pre-term labor.
– Unexplained vaginal bleeding, discharge, or cramping.
– The fluid surrounds the baby (leakage of amniotic fluid)
– You are having twins, triplets (multiple fetuses)