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During pregnancy, women need to take care of all health related issues for herself and unborn baby. Healthy diet, regular health check ups, exercise can help to keep her fit during pregnancy. One more important question that arises, Is sex safe during pregnancy? There are many reasons for positive answers of these questions.
For normal pregnancy, having a sex is considered safe during pregnancy. Normal Pregnancy means that you did not have any complications or miscarriage previously. It is better to take advice of gynecologist for safety factor. Generally women lost their desire for sex after few months of pregnancy. During pregnancy women have mixed desire of having sex, in such case you and your spouse should understand mutually to maintain sexual relationship by other way such as kiss, embraces, etc.
In normal pregnancy, sex is safe as your baby is protected by the amniotic sac, i.e. a thin-walled bag that holds the fetus and surrounding fluid in your uterus. Your cervix is seal by a thick mucus plug to protect your baby against infection.
Sometimes you may feel mild cramping after sexual intercourse due to the prostaglandins in semen. It might be mild and short-term; if you feel it for long-term, contact your consulting gynecologist.
In initial stage, there are no issues for sexual intercourse, but after six months when size of your stomach increases, you need to take care for the best sexual positions like side to side or from behind, etc. You can set good position once you find comfortable during intercourse.
Many gynecologists prefer no sex during pregnancy to avoid any complications during pregnancy or miscarriage or to protect baby from any infection. It is always advisable to contact your doctor before sexual intercourse and also contact doctor immediately if you found any complications after.
Sex is normal desire for every man and woman. You need to control it or find some good option to maintain your relationship. Remember, pregnancy is a very important period. You should not take any wrong steps that may harm you or your unborn baby.