I am 26 weeks pegnant and for about the past month when my DH and i DTD, if I O (sorry TMI) i end up having contractions. I have a check up tomorrow and i am going to talk to my OB about it, but i was just wondering if anyone else has dealt with this or knows anything about it. I am just concerned that the further along i get that it might become a problem.
As far as I know contractions after O'ing is completely normal??
The contractions that you may feel during and just after orgasm are entirely different from the contractions associated with labor.
I just found that online, of course talk to your OB and let him tell you for sure, but I've had contractions after O'ing since week 16 and I was told it's completely normal from my OB. Don't worry too much! Good luck to you :]
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