Complaints Of Pregnancy?
Why is it difficult during pregnancy to orgasm and during vaginal intercourse becomes tasteless?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Orgasm is a feeling or sensation that is felt, in both men and women, when it reaches a climax or peak of pleasure during sexual intercourse.
Broadly speaking, the biological processes that men and women go through in order to achieve orgasm are the same, that is, both must feel sexually aroused first, through a preparatory period or a flat phase where at this time there are many changes in the body such as blood flow to several parts of the body which increases, the pulse accelerates, then the state of orgasm, then a period of resolution where all the reproductive organs return to their pre-aroused state.
However, in women, it is sometimes more difficult to reach orgasm than in men. This can be caused by various things, such as:
Difficult to feel relaxed / relaxed Lack of knowledge about the body regarding sexual intercourse There are problems with partners Poor mood Not getting enough stimulation Thyroid gland disorders Hormonal disorders Side effects of taking medication
In your case, when a woman is pregnant, the hormone content in her body is different from usual, not to mention changes in body shape, which changes can increase with gestational age, it can make sexual intercourse in certain positions uncomfortable. It could also be due to anxiety that sexual intercourse will harm the baby, so you cannot really enjoy the intimate relationship. In essence, there are many factors that can eventually cause the complaints you feel, which if this really bothers you, you should consult your obstetrician so that there are things that can be dealt with directly based on your habits. What is clear, having sex during pregnancy is not dangerous for you or the fetus. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa