This has happened to me twice since I found out I was pregnant! Both times it has woken me up. I then have painful cramping for a couple minutes afterwards. Has anyone else experienced this? What is causing it and is it something to worry about?
hey hun i know that for some women they get more dreams
plus a way higher sex drive due to more blood being in that
area if you get what i mean, the cramping is normal for some
women with orgasms im sure its nothing to worry about
It means you are terribly lucky! Cramping is normal after an orgasm so I wouldn't worry about it. Vivid dreams are also really common. I have read that a lot of women experience their first real orgasm during pregnancy because things down there become more sensitive. It's probably a combination of the vivid dreams and the extra sensitivity making you a very lucky girl.
I totally totally relate to this. I too have had it happen to me now three times since being pregnant. Before it would happen to me rarely, but did happen (maybe a handful of times my whole life). So there's definitely something to it. Two of the times I was having a sexy type of dream that accompanied it...the third time I was dreaming something alright, but it was totally disturbing and I don't even want to talk about it! LOL! But it's just a dream and I don't read much into it. Definitely having vivid dreams..and nightmares both...
Tell me about it! Sunday morning I was dreaming I was having an affair with Miranda from SATC - and I'm not even gay. I was having an orgasm without her touching me. DH was asleep and never mentioned any groaning
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