How to make safe sex during pregnancy – a complete guide.
Sex during pregnancy is safe or not? In most cases, sex during pregnancy is completely safe if you don’t have any complications. Pregnant women and their partners often wonder about this.
Along with this, there are many queries regarding the sex during pregnancy in pregnancy women mind such as whether sex during pregnancy cause miscarriage or not? Will it harm the unborn baby? Are there sex positions to avoid? Etc. So to clear your doubt, I decided to make this article. Read this article till the end and clear your doubt regarding the sex during pregnancy.
- 1. Is it safe to have sex during pregnancy?
- 2. How to make safe sex during pregnancy?
- 3. Important – Avoid intercourse during pregnancy in a certain situation
- 4. Some of the queries which every pregnant woman have in their mind
Is it safe to have sex during pregnancy?
Sex is a natural and normal part of the pregnancy if you have a normal pregnancy. Is it safe to have sex during pregnancy is the most common question asked by the most of the women. In most of case, sex during pregnancy is completely safe. While having intercourse during pregnancy you should make sure that your pregnancy is normal without any complications.
Most of you worried about your baby whether he/she will get hurts during the pregnancy time sex. So no need to get worried because sex will not harm the baby at any stage during the sex in pregnancy with uncomplicated. The reason behind this is that your baby is protected by strong uterus muscles, amniotic fluid and a mucus plug that develops around the cervix.
Most of you believe that involving in the intercourse during pregnancy might damage the baby, increase the chances of miscarriage and include early labour. If your pregnancy is healthy and uncomplicated then none of these is true. You can also check this tweet.
Is it Safe To Have Sex During Pregnancy?
This is a very common question asked by couples who are expecting their first child. This is a very valid query, as there is not a lot of information about this important subject. In general it is quite safe to have sex during pregnancy. pic.twitter.com/6VpDooc0Um
— varasha clinic (@varashaclinic) June 12, 2019
Before involving in the sex during pregnancy we recommended you to talk to your health care provider or doctors. If your doctor advises you not to involve in the intercourse during pregnancy or masturbation during pregnancy then please take it seriously.
How to make safe sex during pregnancy?
While having sex during pregnancy or intercourse during pregnancy you should take some extra precautions. Some of you think that your partner penis hurt your baby. So let me clear you that your partner penis during the pregnancy time sex does not make contact with your baby.
Here, we will discuss how to make safe sex during pregnancy. So just go through it. But before following these steps to make the safe pregnancy sex consult your doctor and take advice whether it is safe to have sex during pregnancy for you and your baby or not.
Use your dildo sex toys or any other sex toys carefully
Now a day, sex toys especially dildo become more famous. Most of you used dildo sex toys during sex with your partner or during the masturbation. If you are using the dildo sex toys during your pregnancy time sex then be careful. If you have different types of dildo sex toys then choose the best dildo for your pregnancy sex. Best dildo means that the dildo in which you feel more comfortable.
While using the dildo sex toys with your partner don’t forget to apply the personal lubricant. You already know why I recommended you to use personal lubricants. Insert the dildo sex toys slowly and smoothly. Avoid using the large dildo sex toys during the sex in pregnancy.
Is condom necessary?
While having intercourse during pregnancy, it is necessary to use the condom. If you are using the dildo sex toys then also it is better for you to use the dildo with a condom. If you are not using the dildo or any other types of sex toys then also condom is required.
Having a sexually transmitted infection during pregnancy sex can cause a serious health issue for you and also for your baby. If your partner has an active or recently diagnosed STIs then avoids all the forms of sexual activity such as vagina sex, anal sex or oral sex. If your partner does not have such issues then also use a condom for safety purpose.
Protect yourself from STI
Most of you know about the STI. It is an infection which generally occurs from having unprotected sex or intimate physical contact with someone else who is already infected with this. During the sex in pregnancy, if your partner has STIs then it causes the problem for your baby. If your partner has STIs then you can easily get infected from the vagina, anal or oral sex.
If you have sex during pregnancy then makes sure that your partner does not have a STIs and make sure that you have sex only with one partner who don’t have any other partners.
Avoid anal sex before the vagina sex
Anal sex may be unsafe during pregnancy. As you know that anal sex involves anal and penis or anal and anal dildo sex toys. Anal is full of bacteria, so during pregnancy time sex, it is better to avoid anal sex. In case, if you have vagina sex just after the anal sex then there is a chance that you get an infection with anal bacteria in your vagina.
In the same manner, if you use the same dildo for anal and vagina then it causes a serious health issue. So, avoid anal sex just before the vagina sex.
Avoid some of the sex position for safe pregnancy sex.
Sex during pregnancy is completely safe unless you have any complications. To enjoy your sex during pregnancy, you should prefer some of the pregnancy sex position. You can prefer any of the sex position during pregnancy if you feel comfortable in that particular position. But before prefer any of the sex position, first consult your doctor. There are few sex positions which you should avoid while having sex during pregnancy.
Keep man on top – Lying on your back for a few minutes is not a big deal but extend it for a long period can reduce the blood flow to the baby and also make you uncomfortable. So avoid all those sex position in which you should lying down.
Important – Avoid intercourse during pregnancy in a certain situation
Sometimes your doctor advises you not to have sex during pregnancy. There are many reasons behind this if your doctor advice “no sex during pregnancy”. It happens if you have any of the following high-risk pregnancy.
- If you have a history of miscarriage or at the risk of miscarriage.
- If you are at the risk of preterm labour.
- If you have vagina bleeding, discharge, or cramping without any reason.
- If your cervix has opened too early in pregnancy.
- If your placenta is too low in the uterus.
- If you are expecting twins or triplets baby.
- If the water has broken. Because it may increase the risk of infection.
Some of the queries which every pregnant woman have in their mind
Here, I have discussed some of the queries which most of you ask me. If you have any queries in your mind regarding the sex during pregnancy then flee free to contact us.
Can sex in pregnancy make miscarriage?
Having sex during pregnancy does not cause miscarriage. In most of the cases, miscarriage occurs because the fetus isn’t developing normally. If you had experienced the miscarriage then first consults your doctor and according to your doctor advice do the work.
Can sex during pregnancy harm my baby?
Sex during pregnancy does not harm your baby. The amniotic fluid in your uterus helps to protect your baby during the sex.
Can I use my dildo sex toys?
Yes, you can easily use your dildo sex toys while having sex during pregnancy. The only things you should take some extra precautions.
- Wash and clean your dildo sex toys before and after every use to make it free from bacteria.
- Avoid using dildo sex toys if you have pain, cramping, or discomfort.
- After your water breaks don’t use the dildo sex toys or any other sex toys.
- Avoid using the dildo if you have bleeding, higher risk of premature labour or having a low lying placenta.