I´m only about 5 weeks pregnant and hoping, like all of us, that my little bean will stick for the next 8 months. I was just wondering.. every time me and DH have sex I´m so lucky to orgasm and then I get a bit of cramping. So I worry about miscarriage of course.
Is cramping normal? Is it advised to stay away from sex the first weeks of pregnancy to avoid miscarriage??
when i was last pregnant, ill never forget , the pregnancy orgasm is just OMG...and i got so much cramping after it was awfully painful. So this time, even though im climbing the walls in desperation, ive not done one.... omg... and frightened to do one...maybe in the second trimester, .(could i last 9 months without one??)
Orgasms for me during pregnancy are the BEST! I got some cramping after and brown blood and had to deal with the whole going to the ER and making sure everything was okay. I stopped having sex after that because the doctor told me to, it might of been because of my case of brown discharge but either way your taking a chance. I'd wait for the second trimester. I know its hard to wait though!
We've been having regular as well as regular orgasms and nothing untoward has happened so far I personally think that having regular orgasms do your body and mind the world of good and even more so when you're pregnant I get the cramps occasionally afterwards too but they're nothing severe, usually quite mild.
As already said, as long as there is no BLEEDING (spotting is quite normal but worth mentioning to MW if you do) then I cant see it being a problem. If you're still concerned tho, definately consult your GP or MW as they can advise you better
i used to get this ladies! Even before i was preg.
Just leave it a week or 2 then try again. An orgasm is good for bubs due to the rush of blood etc that gets to him/her. I had spotting twice after the big 'o' too. I waited a few weeks and did it again and i was fine. I'm nearly 20wks now and still having sex, without problems. X
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