Sex in pregnancy helps the fetus

However, research carried out by a team of New Zealand scientists not only refutes this theory, but argues that, on the contrary, the exposure of the fetus to the sperm of the future father would protect him from possible complications, such as the risk of being born underweight.

Furthermore, the fetus would be well protected by the amniotic fluid and the contractions related to orgasm would not interfere in any way with the dilation of the cervix, as one might think.

Maintaining a regular sex life contributes in addition to strengthening the couple's bond, avoiding the risk of psychological blocks due to pregnancy and physical changes and priorities.

See also

Lesbian sex: this is how it works!

Extreme sex

Masturbating in pregnancy: is it good for you? In which quarter and how to do it

Obviously the speech changes in the presence of pregnancies at risk of possible abortion or premature birth. But in case of normality, green light to sex and effusions.

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