Chances are you haven't given your cervix much thought. Unlike the labia, clitoris , and vaginal canal, the cervix doesn't get a lot of love—literally and figuratively speaking. Part of that is due to its location, way at the top of your vaginal canal. You can't see it and you won't feel it unless you're actively trying to.
10 Things Dads-to-Be Need to Know About Sex During Pregnancy
Sex during pregnancy: What's OK, what's not - Mayo Clinic
If you're pregnant, sex might be the last thing on your mind — or the first, depending on what your hormones are doing to your sex drive. But seriously, with all the changes happening to your body and your emotions, you might be wondering whether sex is a good idea — or whether it's safe for the baby or babies growing inside you. So we spoke to two experts to find out: Dr. So if you want to have sex and you get the green light from your doctor, go ahead! It can be a great way for partners to bond and stay intimate as they wait for the baby to arrive, Minkin says. And if you have any new symptoms like pain, abnormal discharge, bleeding, or cramping after having sex — always talk to your health care provider.
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Dyspareunia is painful sex for women. Also, it causes pain during tampon use. The pain may feel sharp, burning, or like menstrual cramps.
Is it safe? Is it possible to do it comfortably? The short answer: yes. Another reason to discuss sex with your practitioner is if you have a history of miscarriage or are at a higher risk for one.