Vibrators During Pregnancy

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LELO Sona Cruise Black
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If you're looking to buy a vibrator for use during pregnancy, read carefully, because at EroticFeel we present you with a selection of vibrators for use during pregnancy. Before buying one, you should consider the following:

  1. External stimulation vibrators can be used during pregnancy, but for internal use or vaginal stimulation, consult your gynecologist.
  2. Avoid using vibrators with rotation during pregnancy as they may exert pressure on the cervix.
  3. Ensure that the products are free of phthalates as they can harm the fetus.
  4. Always use sex toys made of medical-grade silicone.
  5. Thoroughly disinfect the sex toy before and after use with neutral soap or specific disinfectants.

Can I use a vibrator or any other sex toy during pregnancy? Can I have sexual relations while pregnant, or can an orgasm cause a miscarriage? These are some of the most frequently asked questions among expectant mothers. Pregnancy brings a storm of physical, psychological, and hormonal changes and raises numerous questions and many myths and false information. Let's get something straight, pregnancy does not mean the end of your sex life, not by a long shot.

The first thing you should know is that sex and orgasms are absolutely recommended throughout the process; they alleviate stress and anxiety, combat pain and discomfort, and strengthen the immune system. Your baby is protected by the amniotic fluid and the strong uterine muscles. Therefore, as long as there are no complications, sex will not affect or harm the baby. This means that no, having sexual relations during pregnancy will not cause a miscarriage. Most miscarriages, as explained by the Mayo Clinic, occur because the fetus is not developing normally.

However, there are cases where you should be particularly careful, and your gynecologist may recommend avoiding sexual relations and the use of erotic toys:

  • If you have vaginal bleeding without apparent cause
  • If you have had amniotic fluid loss
  • If the cervix begins to open prematurely
  • If the placenta partially or completely covers the cervix (placenta previa)
  • If you have a history of preterm birth

If your doctor (who always has the final say) has told you that you can have sex without worries, go for it. Many pregnant women also experience a significant increase in sexual desire and have much more intense orgasms, so why not take advantage of it? Enjoy it until the last minute as long as the desire allows!

Can vibrators be used during pregnancy?

Another recurring question is the suitability of using erotic toys during pregnancy. The reality is that if your doctor has indicated that you can have sexual relations without worries and there are no risks such as bleeding or preterm birth, using external vibrators or clitoral stimulators is perfectly fine. These can be used without fear during all stages of pregnancy and are, at first glance, the safest. Since they do not require penetration to reach orgasm, they pose no risk.

If you enjoy penetration, no problem. Vaginal vibrators are neither harmful nor interfere with the fetus's development. Just two recommendations: avoid using vibrators with rotation and check that they do not contain phthalates in their composition. Beyond these two pieces of advice, live your sexuality as and as much as you want. Pregnancy is not the end of anything, just the beginning of something new.

 

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