Pregnancy Sex & Your Relationship

It's easy to forget about your relationship when you're pregnant and focus all your energy on your developing baby. Here you'll learn how to maintain a healthy relationship while pregnant as we answer all your questions about sex during pregnancy.

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9 Best Pregnancy Sex Positions from the Pregnant Kama Sutra
Finding sex positions during pregnancy that are both comfortable and pleasure-boosting may not be easy, but we promise it's possible—no matter what trimester you're in. Here, experts dish on the best sex positions while pregnant to try ASAP.
A Crash Course in Having Sex During Your Third Trimester
Here’s how to have safe, healthy, and pleasurable pregnancy sex in the final weeks before Baby is due.
5 Reasons You May Be Experiencing Painful Sex During Pregnancy
Does penis-in-vagina sex cause more pain than pleasure during pregnancy? Here are five reasons why you might experience discomfort during intercourse, with tips on correcting the underlying issue.  
Bleeding After Sex While Pregnant: Should I Worry?
Did you notice some bleeding or spotting after pregnancy sex? Find out the possible causes, and learn when to see a doctor.
Is Anal Sex Safe During Pregnancy?
Just because you're pregnant doesn't mean your sex life should suffer. Experts share how to have safe and comfortable anal sex during pregnancy.
Is Oral Sex Safe During Pregnancy?
Many expecting couples rely on oral sex as an alternative to intercourse, but experts warn it can be dangerous in rare occasions. Find out how to have safe oral sex during pregnancy.

More Pregnancy Sex & Your Relationship

A Man's 9-Month Guide to Pregnancy Sex
Wondering what to expect when she's expecting, Dad? Consider this month-by-month pregnancy sex timeline a cheat sheet.
11 Valentine's Day Gifts Pregnant Women Really Want
In your pre-pregnancy days, flowers and chocolate might have done the trick, but when you're expecting, these more unique choices could make Valentine's Day truly special. 
Keys to a Healthy Pregnancy: Diet, Exercise, and—a Good Relationship?

A new study says a good relationship with their partner lowers a pregnant woman's risk of illness, as well as her baby's risk of illness in the first year.