Love Making during Pregnancy

27 October, 2010, Pregnancy - No Comment -

Love making at the time of pregnancy is very sensitive topic. Though, you must know that there is nothing wrong in an open conversation. Whether or not your partners indulge in love making as you are pregnant depends completely on your ease levels and the approvals of your doctor. In this article will explain you how to make love at the time of pregnancy.

There are lots of women who find love making during pregnancy enjoyable. But one of the major reasons is that your body generates an essential amount of lubrication naturally. Enlargement of your privates, which is natural outcome of progressing will result in you being more touchy and hence making the act much more enjoyable. Also the thought of no birth control and indulging in the act for excitement can be all the enjoyable.

All this though would be possible if you are having a healthy and good pregnancy. Performing love when you are feeling weakness and nauseated will not really work for you. Also if you and your partner have a sense of discomfort regarding your size and the shortage of comfort in the act, then it would be sensible to desist. Additionally, most of the couples are always frightened of hurting the baby.

For some females, the first trimester of pregnancy can be very hard but the illness wears off by the time they get to the second trimester. This would a great time to travel around the possibilities of love making during pregnancy. If you are planning to go ahead, then this would be a great time for you and your partner to indulge yourself in the act. Most of the couples experiment with different positions to enhance their ease as well as intensify pleasure.

There are however times when your doctor will ask you to totally stop from indulging in love making at the time of pregnancy. In some cases there is a chance of having sexually transmitted disease.

 

 

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