Having physical intimacy during pregnancy is very important, safe, and beneficial for both partners and the baby.
Some of its many benefits are, keeping the couples close throughout the pregnancy period, and keeping the mother with the baby happy and smart all the time.
However, some factors should be considered be before embarking on intimacy during pregnancy. Some of those things are, your present medical condition, the current trimester of the pregnancy, and the best positions to use for a safe and comfortable experience. So it's very important to consult your doctor before engaging in it.
However, in this article, we will look at some of the best positions that are safe and comfortable to use during pregnancy.
1. Taking it from behind: This position requires the woman to stand and bend a bit, supporting her two hands on either a table, bed, or any object whiles her partner gently penetrate her from behind.
2. Spooning: This position requires the partner to penetrate the pregnant partner from her behind while lying down, with the two of them facing away from each other.
3. You on top: This position requires the male partner to lie on the bed whiles the pregnant partner sits on him taking control of the pace and penetration depth.
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The above positions are safe and comfortable for intimacy during pregnancy, but it is advisable to inform your partner to avoid going very deep as it may cause irritation and sometimes bleeding. Also, make sure you are comfortable with the pace.
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