Answer: Towards the end of your pregnancy, while safe, sex may become difficult or uncomfortable for mom or even dad. The big bump may make it hard for mom and dad to get in the groove, or it may feel different for dad since the woman’s body is changing. At this point a couple may choose NOT to have sex, even if their doctor has not said that it is a problem.
If your doctor approves intercourse throughout your pregnancy, and as a couple you choose to continue having sex until the end of your pregnancy, some believe that sex may help a woman go into labor. One of the old wives’ tales suggests that because a man’s sperm contains prostaglandin, a substance that is used in some labor inducing drugs, that sex can help dilate a cervix that is ready to dilate. This is a much debated theory.
Remember, if your doctor says it is safe to have sex and you WANT to have sex, there is no reason not to have sex. However, be sure to get the ok from ur physician before u do, so that u know it is ok for u, during ur pregnancy.
Answer: pregnant women often don't want to have sex because they think that it may harm the baby inside the uterus, but sex is a normal part of pregnancy. yes, it is safe to have sex any time in pregnancy until you are not having complications like unusual cramping or bleeding or if your doctor has put you on bed rest. However, sex should be avoided if:
You have a history of premature birth or labor or miscarriage.
You experience unexplained vaginal bleeding or discharge.
You have placenta previa, or a very low-lying placenta.