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How to Have Sex During Pregnancy

Paul Banas
Author Paul Banas
Submitted 02-06-2006

Note: For more info on sex when your spouse is pregnant, subscribe now to the GreatDad newsletter for expectant dads.

As long as both you and your spouse are willing, it is
generally okay to continue having sex right into late pregnancy. However, the missionary position
may be uncomfortable for your spouse at this time because of the pressure on her stomach. You can
resolve the problem by trying out some creative positions.

  • Spoon: Your
    spouse may find this position particularly relaxing during advanced pregnancy. She lies on her side,
    slightly curled up, while you lie around her facing her back. You can enter her from behind, between
    her thighs. This way, there is no pressure on her belly and the penetration is
    shallow.

  • Woman on top: Your spouse may prefer this position because
    it allows her to control the degree of penetration. This position is ideal throughout
    pregnancy.

  • Side by side: Here, you and your spouse lie facing each
    other while you put a leg over her and enter from the front. Alternatively, your partner may have to
    pull up her leg to make space for you. This position may be tiring her, especially during advanced
    pregnancy.

  • Hands and knees: In this position, your spouse gets down
    on her knees and bends forward to support herself on her palms, with the hands held straight down.
    There is no pressure on her belly, though in advanced stages, it may rest on the bed. However, the
    belly’s weight may make this a difficult position for your spouse to
    maintain.

  • Edge of bed: Your spouse lies facing upward on the bed,
    with legs spread out and the soles of her feet on the floor. You can stand on the floor and bend
    over to enter her. You may need to control your thrusts to suit your spouse’s comfort levels.

Disclaimer: The above
information is commonsense reflection drawn from general experience. If you are looking for expert
medical advice, please consult your doctor.

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