According to some pregnant women reports, having stronger orgasms during pregnancy, increasing their sexual satisfaction and reducing stress levels.
During the second trimester, hormones and a boost of blood flow can significantly increase sex drive. Chemicals released in the brain after an orgasm can help ease pain and increase immunity.
Still, you may have questions about how to adjust for maximum abdominal comfort when engaging with your partner. We’ll walk you through it — with visuals!
1. Sex From Behind
Trimester: First and beginning of second. By the end of the second trimester, there’s about an extra two pounds around your belly. You may want to avoid balancing on all fours during your last two months.
2. You On Top
Trimester: First and second trimester. This position helps with hitting the right spots in the vagina. However, during the third trimester, you may want to avoid deep penetration, especially if you’re sensitive down there and want to avoid irritating the cervix or accidental bleeding.
3. Spooning Sex
Trimester: Always good, but best during second and third as this position can help put less pressure on the belly.
4. Reverse Cowgirl
Trimester: Great anytime, but during the second and third trimesters, you’ll love this position as it can keep your stomach from being compressed — or touched, if you’re sensitive there.
Trimester: Experiment with this during the first and second trimesters, but as your belly grows, you may find it more difficult to hold this position. If it’s pleasurable for your partner, you could find a way to incorporate it near the end of intercourse.
6. Floating Pregnant Position
Trimester: This works for all trimesters. However, during the third trimester, when you’re more sensitive and libido is low, this position is a comforting one where orgasms don’t have to be the end game. This can simply just be about caring for each other in a sensual way.
7. Seated Pregnancy Sex
Trimester: All trimesters! This position is great for letting the body and belly rest.
8. Pregnant Oral Sex
Trimester: Good for all trimesters, even when you’re not pregnant. While clitoral stimulation is one of the more reliable paths to orgasm, not all sex needs to end in an orgasm. Sex is about physical intimacy, whether there’s penetration or not, or orgasms or not.
9. Anal Sex
Trimester: This position works for all trimesters. However, you’ll want to be extremely careful. Don’t move fingers, toys, tongue, or penis from butt to vagina. Doing so can spread bacteria to the vagina, which could complicate pregnancy.
10. Side-By-Side Sex
Trimester: Good for all, best for third as it allows for you or your pregnant partner to rest on your sides without putting the pressure on the stomach — or on each other!
Hope you find this interesting and helpful? Bad guy, oya pick one position, goan strike madam tonight!