I know we have been wanting to be enlightened about this topic, countless emails have been dropped wanting to know the place of sex, especially in pregnancy.
For many wives, pregnancy has ignited their involvement in sex. On the other hand, sex is the last thing on the mind of many others during this span.
Here is what you need to understand about this.
It’s obvious that as long as your pregnancy is developing normally, you can have sex frequently, but most wives may not anyway want to. This is because at first, the hormonal variations, fatigue and nausea may drain their sexual appetite.
During the second trimester, heightened blood flow to your sexual components and breasts may reawaken your longing for sex.
However, by the third trimester, weight gain, back pain and other symptoms may once again reduce your enthusiasm for sex.
Many wives who took long before getting pregnant are always nervous of the unknown. They want to know if sex during pregnancy causes miscarriages (especially in the first trimester)
Early miscarriages are usually not attributed to sex, but chromosomal anomalies or other problems in the developing baby.
In summary, Sex during pregnancy does not hurt the baby either, because the developing baby is insulated by the amniotic fluid in the uterus, as well as the mucous plug that blocks the cervix throughout most of the pregnancy. Sexual activity will not influence your infant.
Meanwhile, I will share questions been asked by pregnant mothers and I will answer them too in the next article.
Stay tuned and share your thoughts!