Yes. If you’ve had a HEALTHY pregnancy, there’s no reason why you and your partner can’t have sex. Your baby is safe in your uterus. The baby doesn’t know what’s happening or feel any discomfort. Sex in a healthy pregnancy won’t hurt the baby, but no sex for 40 weeks might hurt a healthy relationship with your partner! Find a position that is comfortable for you and enjoy. . .
You may have heard that having sex can bring on labor before your baby is ready to be born. This is not true, as long as you have had a straightforward pregnancy. If your body is not ready to go into labor, having sex will not cause you to have a premature birth.
However, there are some circumstances in which your doctor will instruct you not to have sex, so always ask your healthcare provider if it’s ok. Examples of reasons sex might not be ok: history of cervical weakness, history of vaginal bleeding, a placenta that is close to or overlying your cervix, or a vaginal infection. #DrNita
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