I was mega horny throughout my whole first trimester (i didnt know i was pregnant, was just horny all the time) then after we found out and i had my first scan (at 20w + 4d) i totally lost my sexual appetite... think weve had sex twice since finding out we were having a girl, my bf doesnt think its right having sex while im pregnant n its too uncomfy for me!
My first trimester I was off sex. Blech. Lol. But now I'm in my third and Im horny allllll the Time, buried I do know what some of you mean. It is a bit uncomfortable and the bigger I get the more comfy it is.
Just recently at 20 Weeks recovered my sex drive and now i'm offended if he doesn't want to. But if he does something like eat something gross and breathe on me its an instant turn off and just like a light switch I would rather him completely disappear than be near me
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