Some of them might actually be worth making the effort for. The only situations where a woman is advised to avoid orgasm during pregnancy is when she is at risk of a premature birth or placental bleeding. The increased blood flow to the uterus and other sex organs can make orgasms much more intense. Hormones also play a role, especially oxytocin, produced in later pregnancy and after birth. Many women report amped up orgasms through the breastfeeding phase, too. When the muscles of the uterus and abdomen contract, the belly often forms a pointed or triangular shape. The point can be directly in the middle or off to the side, depending.
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But pregnancy sex is a whole different experience and can challenge you and your partner in strange ways. It can be weird and frustrating. Did I just pee the bed or am I that wet?! Or it can be freaking amazing.
Look it up. I discovered this fairly early on in my pregnancy, as I was approaching the end of my first trimester. My morning sickness was fading, I was starting to regain my energy, and I was no longer subsisting on a diet of ginger ale and stale graham crackers—but I still had no desire to have sex with my husband. But even though I was feeling fat, sluggish, nauseous, and profoundly uninterested in sex, I was intensely horny—like, sixth-grade-boy-in-the-computer-lab-after-school horny.