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Question: Can we do intercourse in 9th month? Have heard that it is helpful in normal delivery. Is that true?
Answer: Hello dear. Yes that's true. Natural ways to induce labour: Find ways to relax. Labour will not begin if you're tense, worried or trying hard to start labour. Go for a walk. If you are having contractionsbut are not yet in labour, walking can help get things going. Have intercourse Try nipple stimulation Have fruits like pineapple and papaya. Take care.
Question: Having sex once we get labor pain is helpful for normal delivery? Is it true.
Answer: Hello Dear, Most couples often wonder if sex in the 2nd trimester is safe, given that during a pregnancy, anything can go wrong.Thankfully, the answer is a big yes. It is perfectly fine and safe to have sex during the second trimester of the pregnancy. Sex during the second trimester neither harms your baby nor does it have any bad impact on your health and your question is about is sex is helpful in labor so,There's no proof that any of them work Having an orgasm may help to stimulate your uterus into action. Having sex can trigger the release of oxytocin (harmones are released by pituitary gland), a hormone that helps your contractions. Semen(sperm or male reproductive fluid) may help to soften the neck of your womb (cervix), ready for it to open when labour starts. But sometimes sex during pregnancy cause severe injuiries or fungal infection so it's good to take care while having sex Good Luck
Question: I heard that if we intercourse during pregnancy there will be strength to uterus and its helpful for normal delivery...is it true please clarify my doubt
Answer: Hello! Intercourse during pregnancy doesn't strengthen the uterus or the pelvic floor. But yes it is said that during the 9th month, intercourse can trigger labor. But it is also better that if you go for intercourse during the last month, please consult the doctor as it can bring complications too. However, you can have intercourse during pregnancy, if you do not have any complications. For the 9th month, it is better to ask the doctor. Take care