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Women have a lot Pregnant belly sex body changes to contend with when they're pregnant. There's the swollen ankles, hormonal changes, cravings, stretch marks, weight gain - not to mention the fact you have an actual human growing inside you. So when you see your stomach harden into a weird shape during sex or after an orgasm, it can be easy to panic about it.

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When uterus and abdomen muscles contract during pregnancy, the belly can form a pointed or triangular shape - which can look alarming but it is totally normal and not dangerous - and this contraction tends to happen during or after orgasm. You might also notice your belly turning a weird shape when you Pregnant belly sex muscles during other activities.

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According to the NHSlate in pregnancy, an orgasm or even sex itself, can set off contractions known as Braxton Hicks. Women who experience this will feel the muscles of their uterus go hard and it might feel uncomfortable or look odd.

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It can cause concern, especially considering that many expectant mothers are hesitant to have sex because of their pregnancy. Bellies should go back to normal quickly and the NHS recommends that you should try relaxation techniques or lie quietly until the contractions pass.

As the NCT website explains, pregnant women may feel more sensitive due to the increased levels of hormones in their body and the increased blood Pregnant belly sex to their breasts and genitals.

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They also report that some women even experience their first orgasm, or multiple orgasms, while pregnant - either because of the extra blood flow or due to the fact they're trying different positions and techniques with their partners. By Nicola Oakley Head of Audience. Couples can enjoy a better sex life Pregnant belly sex pregnant Image: Getty Get daily news updates directly to your inbox Subscribe See our privacy notice More newsletters.


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