Has pregnancy spiked your interest in sex? Or is sex the last thing on your mind? Either way, here's what you need to know about sex during pregnancy.
A man aged in his 40s has faced court over the rape of his partner while she was in labour, despite the fact she begged him to stop. The woman was in the late stages of labour when the alleged attack took place in their home. A court in the UK has heard that the woman was awake, while her partner slept next to her in their home in Hull, East Yorkshire, at around
If you're pregnant or even planning a pregnancy, you've probably found lots of information about sex before pregnancy that is, having sex in order to conceive and sex after childbirth general consensus: expect a less-active sex life when there's a newborn in the house. But there's less talk about the topic of sex during pregnancy, perhaps because of cultural tendencies to not associate expectant mothers with sexuality. Like many parents-to-be, you may have questions about the safety of sex and what's normal for most couples.
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Sex during pregnancy is not only safe, it's encouraged! Here's what's normal and what's not, plus the best expert advice and real-mom tips to make having sex during pregnancy as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. So you've been trying and trying and — finally!
When your body goes through as big of a change as pushing another human out, there's a certain level of discomfort to be expected with sex afterwards. While the typical recommendation is to wait six weeks after giving birth so your body can heal, some women wait even longer before they're comfortable having sex again. No matter how long you wait, remember to listen to your body.
Whether you give birth vaginally or your baby enters the world via C-sectionchildbirth can throw your sex life for a loop. From milk leakage to vaginal tightness, they did not hesitate to go there. While it's one thing to have experts share their thoughts, it's a whole other one to get input from real women.