Although you probably thought you knew everything about S @ X by the time you get pregnant – after all, that's what brought you into this situation in the first place – you can still have a lot of questions about hitting boots while you are knocked out. Women aren't the only ones with these fears: "A lot of guys are nervous about this, believe me," says Mary Jane Minkin, MD, clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive science at Yale Medical School. But there is no need to panic to have fun. Here is the most reassuring way to have S @ X when you are pregnant:
1 Yes it's sure
Take it from us - you are not going to sting your fetus, she will not know that mom and dad are doing it, and for most women, there is no reason not to twist the sheets throughout quarters. This is especially true if your due date has passed. Sperm is rich in hormones called prostaglandins, which can stimulate the uterus to contract.
For this reason, however, women who are being treated for preterm delivery - which means they are at risk of starting labor earlier - should not have S @ X; this sperm could cause unwanted contractions, says Dr. Minkin. And you have been diagnosed with placenta previa, a condition in which the placenta covers your cervix, you too must abstain (both S @ X and orgasms, alas). Otherwise, you may cause the placenta to bleed