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Posted on 21 July 2016

Pregnancy is one of the most hormonal moments in the life of a woman. You’re up, down, happy, sad, and … horny? Yup, you read that right! Many women experience a beautiful, large peak in their sex drive when they are pregnant. Unfortunately, many women and their partners avoid sex during pregnancy out of fear, or simply because they are not sure how to work with this big round belly.

So what’s a girl to do when she is hornier than the Viking helmet with a bun in the oven? First, it has to realize that there are a number of myths about sex during pregnancy, many are not true. Let’s look at a couple of the most common.

Have an orgasm during pregnancy can stimulate preterm labor.

When a woman has an orgasm, her uterus contracts and a hormone called oxytocin, the hormone responsible for triggering labor contractions, is also published. Because of this, it is not surprising that many people believe that having an orgasm can trigger preterm labor, or even miscarriage. Fortunately, this is not the case in a healthy pregnancy. In fact, because of the increased blood flow in the pelvic area, you can even experience better orgasms than ever before. Do not pass this up! (And get some tips in The No.1 Secret to Female teen Orgasm.)

the penis of a man can push the baby’s head.

Um no. While it was probably like to believe that his monstrous member is large enough to reach all the way into your uterus This is an anatomical impossibility. First, while it may fall on your neck time to time, the collar is between 2.5 to 4.5 centimeters thick. Your baby is protected on all sides by water and amniotic fluid.

Sperm can reach the fetus.

In a healthy pregnancy, the cervix is ??closed with a mucous plug, so there is no way that ejaculate can enter the uterus. In most cases, this record remains in place until the pregnancy comes to term and the early stages of labor begins. Even after you lose the mucus plug, it is still generally considered safe to have sex, because the fetus is still surrounded by the amniotic sac.

Sex during pregnancy can harm the mother or the baby.

Sex during all stages of pregnancy is generally safe and more enjoyable for most women. In fact, unless your doctor advises against it, there is absolutely no reason why you can not have sex during pregnancy. Just do not try to get too tricky; well protected baby, but a pregnant body is often less agile and more prone to injury.

As the baby bump grows, however, the traditional sex positions may become somewhat uncomfortable for the mother or even dangerous to the fetus. This is no time to get ambitious to enter new positions. In fact, the top sex positions for pregnant women are usually the ones that minimize the stress on the abdomen, which can help prevent injuries and discomfort. The following sexual positions are the safest and most comfortable sex positions by pregnant women and doctors. Enjoy!
Any and All (Sweet) Woman on Top Positions
By positioning on top, women can remove any pressure on baby’s tummy. Not only is this much more comfortable for you, but it is also considered a little safer for your baby. As a bonus, most woman-on-top positions give women more control and easier access to the clitoris. The cowgirl (below) and reverse cowgirl positions are the most common positions woman-on-top, but the positions of the horses and rocking yogi are also great. A well placed pillow or piece of support for sex furniture can also help to make things more comfortable for both partners.

The models shown by using the Liberator Wedge.
Administer
The spooning position requires that both partners are on their sides, with the breast of man against the back of the woman. This way, your partner can dive into you from behind and rub your clitoris with his fingers or a vibrator. Although this position takes pressure of your stomach, you may want to arrange some pillows under for extra support.

Dog
Doggy style is one of the most popular sex positions during pregnancy for a number of reasons. First, when doggy style position, there is no pressure on your stomach. In addition, the angle of penetration is better to stimulate the G-spot, and also allows access to the clitoris. However, once your baby’s tummy starts to get bigger, you may find that the weight of your small hanging perhaps a little longer in that position. Alternatively, you can try the position to leapfrog, that requires you to support you with your forearms on the bed This will take the weight off your back and allow you to put some pillows under your belly. As shown below, you can also use accessories to make the most comfortable sex. Feel free to get creative about moving these around as your body and needs change!

The models using Wedge / Ramp Combo Liberator.
The cross
The cross sex position is great for pregnant women and their partners, as it requires very little effort. To get into this position, ask your man lie on his side. You can then lie on your back perpendicular to it, with your legs draped over his waist. Keep in mind, however, that if you have a big belly, you should not stay in this position for too long, because it can interfere with blood flow and nutrients through the placenta.

Table
If you are looking for a quickie in the kitchen, the table is the sex position for you! This position requires you to sit on, solid table or half-height, as shown below, a piece of furniture in gender support. As your partner dips in and out, you can support, leaning back on your arms and wrap your arms around his neck.

The models using the ramp by Liberator.

The scissors
Like the cross, the scissors position requires very little effort on the part of women, so it’s a great option if you are dead tired, but still want to romp in the hay. This position requires you to lie on your side and lift your upper leg. Your man can then ride your lower leg and back you up the leg on his shoulder as he plunges into you. Again, you can also place some pillows under your belly for support.

69 Position
Sometimes you may not be able to have sex during pregnancy, or you might not want. Do not rule out a steamy session with your lover, though. Consider getting in position 69, either on the top or bottom, depending makes you more comfortable. An orgasm feels just as well – and sometimes better – when oral sex product.

The models shown by using the Liberator Ramp.
Pregnant Get Down With Your Self
There is no need to cut sex when you are pregnant. In fact, many women report having some of the best sex of their lives. Chances are you probably already been banned from some of the other great pleasures of life, such as wine, coffee, cheeses and even sushi. Is not it nice to know that sex is not one of them?

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Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P has been active in EMS since 1975. After 22 years of service, he recently retired from the Maryland State Police, Aviation Command where he served as a State Trooper, flight paramedic, instructor, flight operations supervisor, director of training, and tactical paramedic. For over 25 years, Charlie has been a collegiate level educator and curriculum developer. He has served numerous programs including the University of Maryland, and its R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, College of Southern Maryland, Grand Canyon National Park, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia Department of Fire Programs, and Maryland State Police. Charlie is the co-developer of the internationally delivered advanced airway program at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. He is the Airway and Cadaver Lab Course manager for the University of Maryland critical care emergency medical transport program. He’s the co-developer of the EMS Today airway and cadaver lab program. Charlie has been recruited nationally to provide airway management curriculum and education for a variety of private, federal, state and local organization. Charlie is an Eagle Scout and a published author. He serves on the Journal of Emergency Medical Services Editorial Board and is a member of the program board for the EMS Today Conference & Exposition.

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Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P has been active in EMS since 1975. After 22 years of service, he recently retired from the Maryland State Police, Aviation Command where he served as a State Trooper, flight paramedic, instructor, flight operations supervisor, director of training, and tactical paramedic. For over 25 years, Charlie has been a collegiate level educator and curriculum developer. He has served numerous programs including the University of Maryland, and its R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, College of Southern Maryland, Grand Canyon National Park, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia Department of Fire Programs, and Maryland State Police. Charlie is the co-developer of the internationally delivered advanced airway program at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. He is the Airway and Cadaver Lab Course manager for the University of Maryland critical care emergency medical transport program. He’s the co-developer of the EMS Today airway and cadaver lab program. Charlie has been recruited nationally to provide airway management curriculum and education for a variety of private, federal, state and local organization. Charlie is an Eagle Scout and a published author. He serves on the Journal of Emergency Medical Services Editorial Board and is a member of the program board for the EMS Today Conference & Exposition.

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