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sexx during pregnaccyyy??..

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whatt are the best positions to have sex while ur pregnat im always worried bout huring my tummy by havinn sexx in the wrong position or being handled to hard any good advice?.

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Well it depends on how far along you are.  If it is just the beginning of your pregnancy then the guy being on top is perfectly alright.  As you get bigger though you may want to start being on top.  There are so many positions out there, but it would mainly depend on you.  Further in your pregnancy I wouldn't be on bottom because that can put pressure on your belly.  I would say as long as it wasn't hurting then go for it.  I wouldn't have rough sex though anytime during the pregnancy.  But as long as you aren't having any complications then any position should be alright.  I would ask the recommendation of your ob doctor though.  I know you are probably embarassed to ask them but believe me they have heard all kinds of questions.
YEA I AGREE WIT KATEE I ASKED MY DOCTOR AND SHE SAID AS LONG AS IT DOESNT HURT GO 4 IT LOL BUT SADLY I WONT B GETTING ANY ACTION ANY TIME SOON REGARDLESS LOL LUCKILY IV ONLY GOT 10 MORE WEELS 2 GO YAY LOL GOOD LUCK
Just take your time and tell your mate that you want it to be nice and gentle. By the way, it makes it better and you are more in tuned.
well hello im rosanna jackson.  im a 1st time mom and i wasnt scared but then again i was thinkin OMG what if something goes wrong. like i dont want the baby sufficating and evrything but i got answers from family members of mine they said its gud  too. so yeah. im 5/1-2 months going on 6 i have  4 more months to  go im due june 4th

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