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Like everything else in pregnancy, everybody has a different experience. With all the hormones surging, it's pretty normal to feel frisky. Once the nausea and exhaustion set in, that will probably be the last thing on her mind.
yes it is pretty normal to have increase and also decrease of s** drive during pregnancy this is called pregnancy i was kind of very low in my first trimester but at last trimester kind of very high . Good luck
I can relate to how your friend feels. At the risk of sounding weird, my boyfriend and I have *tons* more sex drive than we did prepregnancy. The first and second trimester we made love very often every day. (I wasnt sick at all.) I thought it was my hormones but he wants to do it a lot more too. Now at 33 weeks, we're making love approx. 2 to 3 times per week. Ive asked my doctor often "is this ok for me and the baby?". His answer has always been "if you want to, do it". Baby just made us a little nutty for each other lol. I used to worry bout it but now that babys almost here Im starting to chill about it lol.
What if it's before you find out and after ovulation sex is just out of the question but days later it's like you'll die without it? Could that be possible? I mean I'm usually the pervyest person and like sex regularly but lately it's been the last thing on my mind. Just today it hit me full swing 100x my old self, plus being irritated by every little thing and peeing every 3 hours..... Do you think I might be?
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