Pregnancy and Sex
Sex and MenLearn all about men and sex: male libido, STDs, premature ejaculation, and more!
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Your Fertile Window: The Best Time For SexThis time in your cycle when you are most likely to get pregnant is so important.
Pregnancy and Sex
Is it safe?
How Safe Is Sex During and After Pregnancy?How safe is it to have sex while pregnant? What about after pregnancy?
Alternative Sex During PregnancyThere are times when you should avoid intercourse during pregnancy.
Is It True?
Sex Myths ... and More Questions About SexLet us debunk some myths about sex, getting pregnant, and pregnancy.
3 Most Common Questions About Pregnancy SexQuestions about pregnancy sex are common but many people are afraid to ask.
Is sex any fun during pregnancy?
Absolutely! In fact, there are many reasons why sex during pregnancy can be more enjoyable, even if you are doing it less! First off, there is an increase in vaginal lubrication, and engorgement of the genital area helps some people become orgasmic for the first time or even multi-orgasmic. The lack of the need for birth control is also a big plus. And if you've been trying for a while, a return to sex could now be solely for pleasure as opposed to making a baby.
Sex and getting pregnant
You hear so many do's and don'ts about sex when you are trying to conceive. Should you have sex every day? Or only during your fertile window? And how often? All good questions, and here are your answers:
Sex during pregnancy
You might feel in the mood more than ever now, sexy and beautiful, but you also might feel like having sex in the last thing on your mind. When should you have sex during your pregnancy and what is safe?
It's the big question that many new moms and most news dads would love to know: When can you resume sex after having a baby? Do you really have to wait the full 6 weeks? And what if you are just not feeling in the mood well after the six weeks have come and gone?
More on sex
There's a lot of questions surrounding sex whether pregnant or not.
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