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Tips On What You Should Stop Believing About Indulging in Intimacy During Pregnancy

According to healthline Is it dangerous to have sex or get intimate with your spouse while you're expecting a child? This is one of the many hotly discussed and proposed hypotheses that actually hold no water as far as scientific investigation goes. Many people think that having sex while pregnant is dangerous for both the mother and the unborn child.

Here, following a Mayo Clinic article, we'll examine some of the myths you should drop about making love while carrying a child. Uninformed individuals who have little medical knowledge have proposed a number of notions. Hence, it is time to abandon the falsehoods and confidently embrace the truth.

Can You Tell Me the Lies People Believe About Having Sexual Relations When Pregnant?

One of the most widespread fallacies that has done nothing but instill worry and uneasiness in the minds of many couples is that certain sexual positions may cause issues for the baby or boost the danger of the water leaking. So, it is important for every couple and prospective pair to know that there is no posture that is capable of producing issues with pregnancy; if the position is comfortable for you, i.e., produces no pain, then it is safe to continue with the pregnancy.

It's a common misconception that copulating when pregnant automatically results in an abortion. Many people have come to accept this as true, robbing their partners of the joy and affection that they deserve. Miscarriages are not caused by the act of copulation itself, as has been widely believed. Instead, miscarriages result from events that begin when the foetus isn't developing or growing normally, or when the mother consumes toxic substances.

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