Sorry if tmi but I had to ask im 21 weeks preggo and I sometimes self satisfy. But when I get to the big O it feels like my stomach contracts our like my baby moves up a bit higher and it gets pretty hard. Does anybody know why that happens? Is it safe to masterbate?
As long as your doctor says sex is fine, you're good to go. Stimulating certain area's or having an O, cause your uterus to contract. Even with nipple stimulation. My stomach gets rock hard after one. It's perfectly fine to self satisfy or have intercourse while pregnant as long as you have a healthy pregnancy/doctor says it's okay.
It contracts while you're not pregnant, too. Actually, your uterus contracts all throughout your life, you just can't feel it all the time. Except during the normal times such as a period or being pregnant. If mommy is happy, baby is happy.
I thought it only happened to me. At first it freaked me out but now I just wanted to be sure cause sometimes I think to myself maybe my baby is all freaked out asking herself what the heck is going on...lol
I had to respond to this 1. It was a running joke between my husband & I every time I had an O & my whole uterus would contract-my husband would ' talk' for the baby saying mommy, mommy, I can't breathe what heck are u doing out there? Lol u mommy are squishing my house! Oh he thought he was soooo funny lol, until we were having sex one day & bump her in the head! My water broke abt 2 hrs later:)
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