Undoubtedly there are times in your pregnancy stage, when you or your partner feels like having sex, but you are worried that sex during pregnancy may harm you or your child. Well, this is not just with you, many couples face this dilemma. Even they are confused when they can resume sex after the birth of their child. Remember that answers to such questions primarily depend upon the health and obstetric history of the woman.
You will be glad to hear that sex during pregnancy is safe and healthy and as ever-lasting and satisfying like before, provided there are no contradictions. Trust me, you can reach the same level of orgasm and enjoy just like your normal days of sexual intercourse. But pregnant women should avoid sex during pregnancy if she suffers from any of following stuffs:
* If her earlier deliveries have been premature
* If her cervix is dilated or effaced
* If she is carrying more than one baby
* If she had abortions before
* If she has placenta praevia (a condition in which placenta partially or completely blocks the neck of uterus
* If there is leakage of amniotic fluid
In the absence of any such contradictions, you can have sex till weeks before the expected date of your delivery, but make sure you consult your doctor regarding the same matter. Make sure you ask your male partner not to put weight /pressure on your abdomen part. For this you as a couple, can use various coital postures of having intercourse. Also, make sure your man does not thrust vigorously.
At the end, remember that for woman, the intimacy and satisfaction that she seeks from sex are just as important, perhaps even more, during her pregnancy stage as at other times.