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Most of the pregnant women have a query that whether it is safe to have sex during pregnancy. Most of the times, sex during pregnancy is considered to be safe. A couple must know about sex position during pregnancy such as spoon positions to prevent side effects during pregnancy.
Let’s Discuss in More Details About Sex During Pregnancy and the Best Pregnancy Sex Positions:
- Is It Safe to Have Sex During Pregnancy?
- The Best Sex Positions for Pregnant Women?
- Some Basic Tips to Spice up Sex During Pregnancy?
Pregnancy is a period where very rapid and complex in a woman. First and second trimester many women experience increased sex drives along with vaginal lubrication and a very sensitive clitoris. (1)
- Avoid rough penetration and positions abdomen.
- If you have infections, avoid.
Below we have listed such positions that may be tried
1. Surprise her with Spooning position
Spooning is the most comfortable sex position one can try during pregnancy. It is a sex position where both you and your partner lye on your sides, mostly the woman is curled with her man wrapping her from behind. This is very exciting and pleasurable for both the partners and one of the best pregnancy sex positions to try. (3)
Idle for: All three trimesters
2.Scissors sex position
A scissors sex position is known to be one of the pleasurable sex acts for pregnant women. Here, the man lies on the side of the woman and one leg of the woman is on the bed and the other is on the shoulder of he should hold gently but firmly. Penetration should be soft in this position and it is best sex position during pregnancy. (4)
Ideal for: First and second trimester
3. The usual sitting sex position
This is one of the steamy sex position known mainly as woman on top. In this position, the man should sit on a bed or chair and the woman sits on his lap and reverse penetration happens. The man should hold his lady with care and rest is ultimate pleasure. (5)
Ideal for: All three trimesters
4. Doggy style
This position is best when your back and pelvis area are creating trouble for you. In this position, the woman kneels down on a comfortable platform (mattress, couch etc.) and the man penetrates from behind. This position is ideal for pregnant women with high sex drives as the man can easily reach her clitoris and provide stimulation as much as she likes. (6)
Ideal for: First and Second trimester
5.Modified Missionary for best orgasms
In this position, the woman wraps her legs around the man’s waist and controlling him with thrusts. She lies on her back comfortably and the man penetrates her without pressurizing her on the belly. (7)
Ideal for: First trimester
6. Edge of Bed
This is a very comfortable position for the pregnant mother as it doesn't hurt her belly. In this position, the mother lies on the edge of the bed keeping the legs on the floor. Your partner bends over you or enters in you in standing position. It creates a gap between your and your partner's belly and provides comfort along with sexual pleasure. (8)
Ideal for: Third Trimester
7. Against the Wall
This is exactly like the doggy position but standing. here the female partner stands up facing the wall. She needs to keep a distance from directly touching the wall from her belly and creating a balance with hands. The partner enters from behind while standing. (9)
This is yet another pleasurable experience during pregnancy.
Ideal for : Second Semester
8. Oral sex is always the best
When talking about pregnancy sex positions, we surely can’t miss this blissful sexual art, which connects both the partners in a very emotional and intimate way. In this sex position, penetration of the penis does not happen. It is a sex position where. Oral sex is a way where you want to explore something else sexually other than penetration. (10)
Ideal for: Second and Third trimester
- Find a comfortable space without disturbance
- Set the mood with light music, aroma candles, etc.
- Concentrate more on foreplays, oral sex and massages.
- Do it slowly yet passionately.
Hope the article could help you with your queries on how to have sex during pregnancy. Follow Ela Woman blogs to get regular updates on fertility health and treatments.
SOURCES AND REFERENCES:
- ^ Sex During Pregnancy: A Guide to Safe Sex Positions | Healthline Healthline.com, 01 July 2019
- ^ Sex During Pregnancy: Safety, Effects, and Information | Medical News Today Medicalnewstoday.com, 01 July 2019
- ^ How to Spoon Right: 11 Tips to Make Spooning More Intimate Lovepanky.com, 01 July 2019
- ^ The Scissors - 10 Advanced Sex Positions - AskMen Askmen.com, 01 July 2019
- ^ Best Sex Positions to Improve Your Sex Life - AskMen Askmen.com, 01 July 2019
- ^ Doggy style - Wikipedia En.wikipedia.org, 01 July 2019
- ^ 7 Missionary Sex Positions - How to Have Missionary Style Sex Cosmopolitan.com, 01 July 2019
- ^ 10 Sex Positions That Will Get Her Off Every Time - Mens Journal Mensjournal.com, 01 July 2019
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- ^ Is Oral Sex Good or Bad ? Most Common Myths & Facts on Oral sex Timesofindia.indiatimes.com, 01 July 2019
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