I've never bled after sex during pregnancy and I love rough sex HA but I'd just ask your Dr and see what they say because I've been told any type of bleeding while pregnant is cause for concern. Best of luck mama!
I haven't tried it yet. My bf is terrified he's going to poke the baby(its our first) lol. I know that cant happen but Ive read alot of women who had sex in early pregnancy started bleeding than miscarried. He wants to go 9 months without.
Oh I'd die without it. Try to google and let him read about how harmless it is because it's a great stress reliever and you should be able to enjoy it. Just try to have some slow gentle sex and see how you feel about it. Don't let that stuff scare you until a Dr tells you to worry or to stop having sex. But I've been having pretty rough sex my whole pregnancy and baby and I are doing great. I do feel a bit weird after I finish, my stomach hardens quite a bit but that's all normal.
I never did with all three of my pregnancys, and we get pretty.... rough I should say Lol. When in doubt tell your Dr about things that are going on. Just to be on the safe side
I have had a little blood after sex and as long as it's just a little and stops right away it's normal! You have alot more blood down there and it is normal to pop a small blood vessel or some! Try not to worry it happens to alot of women but still run it by your dr
I never bled after sex with my first pregnancy, but have bled twice after sex with my 2nd.
I never bled after sex im 26 weeks now after a horrible miscarriage so unless your doctor says no i think is ok...anyways you should be very careful and see how it goes for you try to avoid hard things but my advice is...enjoy ajajaj you're pregnat not sick..
I didnt bleed at all after sex with my first pregnancy am 14 weeks with 2nd pregnancy now, have not had any bleeding. My Dr encouraged regular sex during pregnancy as long as its comfortable, its good for you and your partners relationship, and is a stress reliever. As long as you have a healthy pregnancy and no high risk factors you should be fine.