There are mixed opinions on whether sex toys can be used during pregnancy. Many pregnant women worry that using sex toys during pregnancy will have adverse effects on their fetus or themselves. In fact, there is no harm when used appropriately.
However, the specific situation varies from person to person. If the following occurs, please stop using it immediately:
1. Physical discomfort, such as vaginal itching, pain, bleeding and other symptoms
2. The cervix is not closed or is in premature labor
3. Have a history of premature delivery or other fetal development abnormalities
In addition, you need to pay attention to the time, frequency and method of using sex toys. They should not be overly stimulating. Adjust the frequency of use appropriately. Avoid using them too frequently to avoid affecting your health.
It is also necessary to distinguish the safety and hygiene issues of different products for pregnant women. First of all, pay attention to the cleaning and disinfection of sex toys, and avoid using items with chemical ingredients or fragrances; secondly, choose the appropriate type of sex toys according to your own physical conditions to avoid improper use that may cause physical discomfort.
After pregnancy, hormones in the body change, and the body's immunity decreases. It is easy to contract some diseases if you are not careful. Therefore, you must pay attention to personal hygiene when using sex toys. When choosing sex toys, you should choose products with guaranteed brands and safe materials. Youngwill strictly abides by ISO and ROHS standards, follows the environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and skin-friendly production concept, and is committed to providing everyone with safe and secure sex toys.
So, can women have sex during pregnancy?
The answer is that you can have sex appropriately, but you should pay attention to the posture, frequency and intensity of sex, avoid squeezing the fetus in the abdomen, and avoid having sex too frequently.
Sexual intercourse is not allowed during the three months before and three months after pregnancy. Because in the early stages of pregnancy, the embryonic development is still unstable. If you have sex at this time, it will cause uterine cramps, uterine contractions, and may lead to complications such as miscarriage or even fetal arrest.
In late pregnancy, as the fetus grows larger, the size of the uterus will also increase. If you have sexual intercourse, it will easily cause uterine contractions, causing frequent fetal movements. In severe cases, it may cause premature rupture of membranes and premature delivery. Therefore, when having sex during pregnancy, you should pay attention to choosing a relatively stable stage in the second trimester.
If you feel any discomfort during the process, you should stop immediately. If you experience abdominal pain, vaginal infection, bleeding, etc., you should go to the hospital for examination in time to eliminate related risks.