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Pregnant Safe Masturbate
Yes: In general sexual activity including masturbation is safe during pregnancy unless you have preterm labor later on or issues like placenta previa. Probably best to limit stimulation to the clitoral region and outer portion of vagina as you will be less likely to have spotting this way. You will likely fell crampy for a day or so afterwards and this is normal. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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?
Generally no problem: Sex (or masturbation) is safe if done alone or with one's monogamous spouse, and if there are no sexually transmitted diseases nor any pregnancy complications (such as premature labor). As long as it is comfortable enough for both people, one can have sex throughout her pregnancy. Orgasms are fine as long as the pregnancy is going well. Sex is also important psychologically for both people. ...Read more
Is it safe to masturbate using strong shower faucet once a week? Is it harmful for pregnant woman?
Here are some...: Masturbating for orgasm can naturally induce genital tract contraction especially the vagina, its effect on pregnant women is controversial & shouldn't differ from intercourse. As to using your innovated vibrating water flow from strong shower faucet, as well, it shouldn't deffer from natural orgasm. But, it's more advisable to avoid sex toward the last 3-6 wks of pregnancy. More? Ask doc timely.. ...Read more
I'm 14 weeks pregnant I'll be 15 tmrw I was wondering if it's safe to masturbate I did it 3 days in a row 2x times each day I need toknow ifitok
Here are some ...: Congratulate for becoming a mother-to-be. As to how often to masturbate, it's up to you since there has been no proven conclusive yes or no answer to your concern. At the time of struggle between "strong even obsessive" sex desire for pleasure and the virtues of being a mother, I would suppress obsession so to "more safely" nurture your baby; that is why mother is so respected. You have to decide. ...Read more
Healthy pregnancy: In healthy pregnancy orgasms are generally safe -- but be sure about yours by asking your own OB doctor. Some situations with the placenta could make it a potential problem (example: having placenta previa and using using various sex toys, etc) and i don't know about yours. Good luck to you. ...Read more
Here are some…: Having six or masturbation during pregnancy has continued to be common concern & argument among people & professionals because of irresponsibility & political correctness plus lacking scientific study to deduce which is which. Largely, most advice against sex & masturbation during pregnancy is anecdotal. So, avoid it during the1st or 3rd trimester in those of high-risk history; not for the others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is masturbating during pregnancy safe? And is there such thing as in to much masturbating during pregnancy?
Uterine contractions: For most woman masturbating during pregnancy is harmless, but since uterine contractions may occur, women in high risk pregnancy probably shouldn't masturbate often but it may be safer for them than vaginal penetration intercourse. The best policy is to ask your obstetrician for advice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May not be safe: It may not be safe.Consult your Ob Doctor about it ...Read more
I am about 4 weeks pregnant and want to know if it's safe to masterbate at this point in pregnancy? Would it cause harm or miscarriage?
Is it safe to masterbate, orgasm and have sex while you have a subchorionic hematoma in early and late pregnancy? Orgasms make your uterus contract?
See answer: The presence of ultrasound-detected subchorionic hemorrhage (hematoma) increases risk of miscarriage, stillbirth, abruptio placentae, and preterm labor. Depending on your findings and md, may advise strict bed rest, refrain from lifting heavy objects, and avoid exercise. In most cases, you’ll be asked to avoid sexual intercourse (and masturbation?) until the hematoma dissolves and disappears. ...Read more
Not if that's all: Please read a good book about you developing body, and the basics of how pregnancy and motherhood take place. Life's difficult enough even if you have full information -- you owe it to yourself to educate yourself in a world that often neglects this aspect of your development as a young woman. ...Read more
No: This just isn't happening. Fresh cool water kills them in minutes. But please don't do it. If anybody at all finds out -- and you never know who's watching -- you'll end up embarrassed and very likely in serious trouble. For your sake, little brother -- this might be a great time to talk with a few sensible adults about your changing mind and body -- maybe even dad. ...Read more
Masturb/fertility: Daily masturbation depending on your age, may deplete the sperm count significantly, and interfere with attempts for pregnancy. If the male does not ejaculate for five to ten days prior to ovulation, and then has sexual relations every other day for four days, the chances are greatly improved for pregnancy. ...Read more