Afraid of cumming because it might hurt the baby?

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Afraid of cumming because it might hurt the baby?

Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
So we are six weeks prego!!! We are still in a danger zone for us. So needless to say it's still touch and go. My wife however is still a littkle freaked out about having sex, because shes affraid her orgasam might cause a problem if it's too strong. Has anmyone else had this fear? Is there any truth to this at all?
12/13/2012
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Ansley Ansley
Congratulations!!! That's a question for your doctor, hon. We don't know all of the details and I'm sure someone would hate to give you bad advice.

Generally speaking, the human body is an amazing thing - the pregnant female body is an even more amazing thing. Just from hearsay alone, most doctors aren't really sure exactly what causes a miscarriage but they all 100% agree that it's not the fault of the mother in any way, shape or form (providing of course she's not boozing it up or doing drugs).

In my honest personal opinion, I think you should do whatever feels comfortable for your wife and yourself. If you don't want to rock the boat, then don't. Just keep the lines of communication and affection open until you get the go ahead from a medical professional or until you gain a level of comfort with it. There's no rush. There will be plenty of moments for the two of you to steal after the baby arrives.
12/13/2012
Bleu Bleu
Congratulations!

I've heard that sex can be good during pregnancy, just not rough sex. She might want to enjoy it now before she's too big to properly enjoy it or think her body is awful (I think pregnant women are beautiful).

Now, I learned in my genetics class that a majority of miscarriages are caused my chromosomal abnormalities (i.e. too many of one, not enough of another, missing one entirely)and are just kind of the body's wife of "autocorrecting." I know it sounds sad but having a child be born with not enough of one chromosome can lead to horrible genetic disorders and the body is typically GREAT at catching it. That being said, some other links to miscarriages have been stress, poor diet, and trauma. Really, babies are magical little bundles of joy that are mostly born healthy to spite all the things I've said! The body is absolutely at amazing at correcting these chromosomal mistakes (most of the time) and normal babies are born every day because of it.

Anyway, I would talk to a doctor (like Stormy said). I've never heard anything about sex causing a miscarriage...I should have asked my teacher.

Best of luck with the baby! Tell your wife that I give my best wishes.
12/13/2012
Beck Beck
When I was in the high risk phase with my children, though, it was due to a low laying placenta. I was told not to have sex and especially not to have orgasms. Which meant one thing for our sex life...blow jobs. Anyhow, if your DR thinks your wife is high risk than talk to him/her about sex.

Congrats on the baby!
12/13/2012
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