Is Bleeding Normal During Pregnancy Intercourse?


Is Bleeding Normal During Pregnancy Sex? In this video we will discuss about bleeding
during pregnancy sex, the causes, treatment options and remedies for bleeding during pregnancy
sex. So keep watching till end. Before we get start please Subscribe to our
channel and press the bell-icon so you will get notify for new sexual health videos. Good news for moms-to-be — pregnancy sex
is totally safe and a great way for you to let off some of that extra sexual energy. Of course, no matter what the experts say,
it’s natural to have a lot of questions, and even a few fears, about pregnancy sex. One of the biggest worries women may have
is whether it is normal to bleed after pregnancy sex. Even though there are plenty of reasons for
spotting, post-sex blood can be especially concerning for pregnant women. Chances are, you don’t need to worry about
the spotting. It is very unlikely that sex will harm your
baby, and it’s also unlikely that bleeding after sex signifies a serious problem, according
to Parents. But it’s completely understandable if you
want to err on the side of caution, and it is always a good idea to be well informed
about your health, especially during this time. So to learn more about what you may expect
during pregnancy sex, I reached out to Cheryl Iglesia, a Maryland-based physician who is
a leader in the field of female pelvic medicine. Here, she offered her expert advice on what
is “normal” during pregnancy sex and how to keep it safe for you, your partner, and
your baby. Is Pregnancy Sex Safe? “For normal pregnancies, you can safely
have sex up until labor,” Iglesia says. She notes that it’s natural for desire to
drop during the first trimester due to nausea and fatigue, pick up in the second trimester,
and then change again as the belly grows in the third trimester. She adds that trying different positions such
as woman on top, side position, or entry from behind with woman on knees (aka doggy style)
may be easier for accommodating the pregnant belly. Iglesia explains that there are some cases,
such as a low-lying placenta, an incompetent cervix, and some preterm birth risk factors,
in which alternatives to vaginal intercourse might be preferable. Fortunately, there are many ways to have an
orgasm without vaginal sex, so you don’t have to become celibate Is Bleeding During Pregnancy Sex Normal? If you do notice some spotting, wear a liner
to keep an eye on how much bleeding you’re experiencing. And although it’s almost always normal to
have a little spotting after sex, it’s also okay to call your doctor to double-check. Iglesia notes that cramping and spotting are
normal after sex during pregnancy, but that doesn’t mean you should turn a blind eye
to it. “Be concerned if there is heavier bleeding
like a period,” she says. What To Do If You Experience Heavy Bleeding? If you do experience intense cramping or profuse
bleeding, Iglesia suggests contacting your healthcare provider at once. It may be caused by implantation, the hormonal
cycle, or even an ectopic pregnancy. Whatever the case may be, it’s a good idea
to seek medical attention. We hope you find this video which is all about
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9 Replies to “Is Bleeding Normal During Pregnancy Intercourse?”

  1. Plzzz help I'm one month pregnant and I'm bleeding its brown in colour so what should i doo plzz reply I need help

  2. I’m 8 months pregnant I had sex after 2 and half months I got bleeding but it’s not heavy just spots is it ok ?

  3. Ian 2months pregnant I hv bleeding not havy bleeding .we participate in sex after a day spoting it is any problem for my baby plzz rply

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