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Top Sexual Positions While Pregnant

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Any position is safe while pregnant as long as both partners are comfortable, you and your partner are getting the pleasure wanted and both partners avoid putting pressure on the uterus, or weight on the woman's belly.

Experts say that women should avoid lying on their back or right side for long periods of time after four months into the pregnancy. Aside from that, finding positions that work for you and your partner can be fun, creative and innovative. Pillows and bedding can come in handy as well.

Here are some common, safe positions that are both pleasurable and comfortable, even in the third trimester.

Side By Side

This position allows for easier access than most, but penetration can be more difficult. Crossing your legs or bodies can allow easier access to the vagina and dry rubbing is also common in this position.

Using the Backdoor

This positon is good for g-spot stimulation and can be comfortable in the third trimester. This position can be done almost anywhere, bed, over a dresser or couch.

Edge of the Bed

You can lie on the bed bed on your side, or on your back at the edge of the bed and your partner can be off the bed, either on their knees or standing up.

Missionary

A safe position is always missionary as long as the partner is not putting pressure on the uterus or the belly, propping with pillows will make this position much more comfortable.

Missionary on the Edge

One variety of the missionary position, sometimes called Missionary on the Edge, will often work up until the beginning of the fifth month of pregnancy. For this position, the woman lays on her back at the foot of the bed with her knees bent. She should perch her feet at the edge of the mattress. The man either stands o kneels in front of her.

T-square

Another possible position for the first trimester is the T-square. In this position, the woman lies flat on her back, and the man lies perpendicular to her making the shape of a T-square.

Cowgirl

One of the best positions during pregnancy is the Woman on top position. Sometimes known as the Cowgirl, this position takes all of the pressure off of the woman’s abdomen, and also allows her to control the speed and the depth of thrusting.

Sitting Position

A sitting position can also be more comfortable during pregnancy. Here a man will sit on a chair or the edge of the bed. The woman straddles the man, either facing him or facing away from him.

The rear entry position or “doggy style” position, involves the woman being down on all fours. The man enters from behind, standing or kneeling behind the woman. The woman can use pillows to support her stomach and chest, especially during later pregnancy. A variation of this position, the “leap frog,” has the woman resting her arms and her head on the mattress.

Spooning Position

Both man and woman lie on their sides, with the man in the back, facing the woman’s back. This position is great in the third trimester as it keeps the weight off of the abdomen. However, keep penetration shallow, as deep penetration is sometimes uncomfortable later in pregnancy.

Source for some positions: http://www.thelaboroflove.com/articles/what-are-the-best-sexual-positions-during-pregnancy

 

 

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