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Conventionally, orgasm is the culmination of sexual arousal (and may be repeated) and typically produces great pleasure through direct genital stimulation of the male penis and female clitoris. However, orgasm may also be achieved via the brain or as a reflex arc. The physical characteristics are an explosive peak & repeated neuromuscular action causing release of male ...Read more
Pregnant in 2nd trimester. Can sex/orgasm cause miscarriage ?Bled twice while with husband. Does it mean we sld stop havin sex/orgasm till baby comes?
Pregnancy and sex: Sexual intercourse in pregnancy is acceptable in all normal gestation and do not cause miscarriage. There are some instances where intercourse is discouraged in pregnancy such as preterm labor, bleeding, placenta previa, weak cervix, preterm rupture of membrane. Your doctor need to confirm the location of your placenta and evaluate your cervix as well. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Am 14 weeks pregnant.Is it safe to masturbate and have orgasm at this stage?had missed miscarriage at 9.5 weeks before.can orgasm cause miscarriage?
Can clitoral orgasm cause miscarriage? I used a clit vibrator and i felt a moderate uterine cramp with the orgasm. Did i put my pregnancy at risk?
No: Orgasms don't cause a miscarriage so you needn't worry. Orgasms can cause uterine contractions (cramping) and that's normal whether pregnant or not, though typically these are benign and don't cause preterm delivery. Having said that, if you have a condition like placenta previa then you're doctor would advise you not to have orgasms of any kind. ...Read more
I am8 weeks pregnant. Had an orgasm in my dream, now feels like menstrual cramps. Can contractions from an orgasm cause miscarriage? So worried!!!
No worries: In normal women with normal pregnancies, orgasms do not cause miscarriages, and miscarriages do not cause orgasms, although the two can happen coincidentally (at the same time). ...Read more
No reason: You should be able to have an orgasm after miscarriage the same as you did before. If your orgasms have changed then it may be a sign of depression over the loss. Having intercourse may remind you subconsciously of the miscarriage. If this continues you may want to seek the help of a professional therapist. ...Read more
Abnormal bleeding: Abnormal bleeding can occur in the first 2-3 weeks after miscarriage. After that, other problems should be considered, such as incomplete miscarriage. ...Read more
I'm 6-7 weeks pg, and my dr said no sex, but right now my hbby and I had sex can I have a miscarriage? And can an orgasm also cause miscarriage?
No means "yes"?: So your MD says no to sex for a valid reason, and you say to hubby, shoot what does the MD know, "lets go for it." Now, oops "I am worried can I miscarry?" Yes you can, but the orgasm would not necessarily precipitate a miscarriage. Time to "grow up" and listen to good medical advice in the future. There are always "close encounters of the third kind" for sex, and not intercourse (first kind). ...Read more
I had a miscarriage last year june, we had a dnc done, sine then i haven't orgasmed like I use to prior the loss.Please help, explain.
Lack of orgasm: I wonder if you went through some hormonal changes that causes your current issue. Unfortunately, i don't have any suggestions at this time, but chances are if you were to get pregnant again, it may "reset" your system. ...Read more
I had a natural miscarriage 2 weeks ago and passed the placenta a week ago. No bleeding for 3 days. Orgasm last night & this morning, bleeding again?
No: Good news, definatly not, .Get a more detailed answer ›
Could i have miscarried at 8 weeks pregnant if i orgasmed and had a bit of pink and brown blood that stopped in a day?
Doubtful: orgasms do not usually cause a miscarriage. ...Read more
Started a miscarriage last thursday. today, wednesday, i just have very slight brown spotting is it ok to have an orgasm if not from intercourse?
I'm 4wks1dy pregnant. Had 1 miscarriage in past. Had cramping after orgasm and was wondering if that is normal? What should i do? Should i be worried
Can be normal: This can be normal. I know it is tough not to worry but just because you had one miscarriage in the past does not mean it is going to happen again. Most miscarriages are from pregnancies that are not forming correctly. Not much you can do to prevent this and also not a lot you can do to cause it. The best thing you can do is to try not to worry. ...Read more
Am about 7 weeks pregnant can I make love full penetration and have orgasm? Won't i harm the baby and end having a miscarriage?
Will sex or orgasms increase my risk of miscarriage during the 1st trimester? I had a miscarriage and a d/c in may and im 5 weeks pregnant again.
No link : Sorry to hear about your miscarriage and congratulations on the new pregnancy. Miscarriages are very common and most early ones are due to genetic errors. Your sexual activities will not increase your risk of miscarriage. I encourage you to continue the normal intimacy that you are your partner enjoy. Good luck on the pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can proctalgia fugax cause miscarrage i havin pains in anus and vulva not all time but most day when I have orgasm or snezze sometimes and full of gas?
No: That will not cause or lead to miscarriage. ...Read more
Can levator ani syndrome cause miscarrage pain in anus and vulva sharp pain when orgasm or sneeze and lots of gas r these symptoms of this ?
Not related: There is no relationship between that and miscarriage. ...Read more
Had a natural miscarriage in oct and have had a normal cycle six weeks after and now I have on and off periods for five days very heavy came 10 day e?
Cycle after miscarry: After a miscarriage, the usual advice is to wait 3 months of cycling before trying again to make sure your body gets back to normal. This not unusual but I recommend that you review this with your doctor to make sure that all is well. You didn't describe the circumstances of your miscarriage so your dr would be able to make some sense out of this for you. ...Read more
Complicated: Unfortunately this can be quite a complicated topic which is probably to difficult to adequately address in 400 characters or less. But here is a good starting resource you can readily find online: http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/sex_relationships/facts/orgasmtrouble.htm Best of luck ...Read more
Sex: Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on your perspective, one does not go to the doctor to learn how to be sexual. There are some very good and strict ethical boundaries in this regards. Given that you are a female i would have you start here where women work to teach other women about their bodies: http://www.Ourbodiesourselves.Org. ...Read more
Female sexuality: I am sure your question will engender several good answers. Many women suffer from no orgasm during penetration or intercourse unless there is some attention paid to clitoral stimulation during love making. There is a book and website of women teaching women about this and other things about how their body works. It is Our Bodies Our Selves or: http:// www.ourbodiesourselves.org. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: Sometimes it is obvious, many times it is not. Most women have some amount of bleeding during early pregnancy due to implantation and they may think they have (or are) miscarried. The best way to tell for sure is with an ultrasound and sometimes by following serial HCG levels in the blood. ...Read more
Still being studied: Female ejaculation is the expulsion of fluid by the paraurethral ducts through and around the human female urethra during or before an orgasm. It is also known in slang as gushing or squirting. Some women, if stimulated in the right area, can "squirt" during or as part of an orgasm. Women can still orgasm without squirting too. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You may not know: You can know you have miscarried if you pass and can recognize pregnancy tissue, or if you have a positive pregnancy test that becomes negative after heavy bleeding. Simple heavy bleeding does not necessarily mean you have miscarried. Your physician can also sometimes tell by exam or sonogram. ...Read more