Some people may be uncomfortable with the concept of intimacy during pregnancy, while others may be concerned about whether it is safe to be intimate during pregnancy. The advantages of closeness during pregnancy, on the other hand, will be discussed in this article.
According to studies, most women have strong intercourse drive during the second trimester of pregnancy because to an increase in blood flow and the production of specific hormones. However, fear of harming the baby's or mother's health has kept many parents from making love, resulting in reduced relationship intimacy.
In the meanwhile, there are certain benefits to making love when pregnant.
1. It can assist you in getting a better night's sleep.
During orgasm, the hormone oxytocin is released, which might help the body relax and sleep better.
2. Blood pressure can be lowered with it.
In pregnant women with high blood pressure, lovemaking during pregnancy can cause the release of hormones that can help reduce blood pressure.
3. It can aid in the reduction of pain and tension.
The brain releases oxytocin (pain-relieving hormones) during orgasm, which helps the body reduce back discomfort and increase pain tolerance.
4. It has the ability to induce labour and make delivery more straightforward.
Lovemaking regularly during pregnancy, especially as labour approaches, can help open the cervix, contract the pelvic muscles, and strengthen the pelvic muscles, all of which can help with a smooth vaginal delivery.
Practitioners frequently advocate lovemaking to some patients in order to assist them in burning excess calories gained during pregnancy. Lovemaking can also be considered a form of exercise.
Lovemaking can also improve mood, ease postpartum recovery, improve intimacy between partners, and boost new mothers' self-confidence. The baby's health is unaffected by the presence of the placenta, amniotic sac, and mucus plug, which covers the cervix and protects the baby.
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