Spotting While Pregnant After Intercourse

Submitted by Nick on January 19, 2012

One of the most common questions that is asked on any kind of pregnancy forum is whether engaging in sexual intercourse while pregnant is safe. Studies have shown that, in almost every situation, engaging in sexual activity during intercourse is safe - although certain adjustments need to be made in order to ensure the comfort of the baby within the uterus. Spotting during pregnancy after intercourse is a very common occurrence and should usually not be a cause for worry. However, because of the fact that pregnancies are a very serious as well as risky time for the mother and the child - it is important to have as much information as possible...

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Spotting during pregnancy after intercourse is a very common occurrence because of the fact that there is an increased amount of blood being supplied to the cervix and vaginal wallsl


As a result, these blood vessels are more likely to break during intercourse and during this time than in the event that she wasn't pregnantn The spotting during pregnancy and after intercourse is more likely to occur in the second and third trimesters than it is during the first because of the fact that the blood flow to the vaginal and cervix area is at its optimumu The position in which you engage in the sexual activity is one of the most important aspects as well as primary causes of the bleedingn For instance, spooning and rear entry are two of the most highly suggested methods of sexual activity in the case of a pregnant mother because of the fact that it almost negates any bleeding that the mother is likely to experience at this timem

In order to allay any fears of spotting during pregnancy after intercourse, it would help for you to visit your health provider in order to gauge whether any complications may have risene Some of the information that you should provide your doctor include the color of the spotting as well as whether there were any clots or pieces of tissue in the released bloodo In the event that your bleeding is more than some thin spotting, make it a point to take the occurrence very seriously and speak to your health care provider urgentlyl

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