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Is Sex Better When You’re Pregnant?

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Most pregnant couples have sex pretty much figured out – what works, what doesn’t. But when it comes to sex while pregnant, this is a whole different experience, and suddenly the both of you are exploring uncharted territory. That’s without factoring in the fact that being pregnant is an extremely confusing time for women whose bodies are going through significant changes; don’t even get us started on the hormones going rogue, and the fact that your guy is probably all confused for the very same reasons.

That said, pregnancy sex can be one of the best things that ever happened to both of you. After the morning sickness is gone, and you get the OK to go back in the sack from your doctor, we have two words for you when you experience sex while pregnant – ultimate orgasms.

Thanks to increased blood flow down there and off-the-charts hormone levels, pregnant women can be aroused a million times easier and faster than before. Not to mention, larger breasts means heightened sensitivity that will take you from 0 to 100 in no time. Pregnancy sex also means you’ll be moving away from missionary position soon, and you’ll start having fun with all sorts of sexual positions.

But, the fun doesn’t stop there. Pregnancy sex is also super healthy for moms-to-be, helping you burn more calories, lowering blood pressure, helping you sleep better, improving your immune system, and even easing any pain and discomfort you might be experiencing. Talk about life-changing sex.

Based on these experiences, pregnancy sex must be the best thing ever. But, we also know not all women experience mind-blowing sex while they’re pregnant. Instead even the thought of it makes them want to run away. So, we want to ask you based on your previous experiences. Is sex better when you’re pregnant?

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Geraldine is a GR8NESS Contributing Editor who writes about self care, clean makeup and beauty, mental health, and relationships – as well as natural remedies and fitness. She’s a coffee enthusiast with Venezuelan roots, a former ballerina, and the sunscreen patrol. Most of the time, you can find her working on her skincare routine or trying a new dance workout.
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