Pregnancy is a transformation for a woman and a test for a man, a test of responsibility and action, a test of desire and loyalty. In April last year, an expectant father from a southern province was going to be promoted to father in two months. But it happened that at this juncture, I did something that I would regret for the rest of my life. He still beats his chest when he thinks about it. When his wife first became pregnant, she gave him three rules: no sex during pregnancy, but for the sake of the baby, he must endure it! He agreed without thinking at the time, but as time went on, he became more and more unable to control himself. Soon, the baby in his belly was eight months old. He begged his wife for a long time. Maybe she was a little itchy after a long time, so she agreed. As a result, the range of movements was too large and too intense, causing my wife to bleed profusely. When he took his wife to the hospital, she was already unconscious, and the unborn child was also dead! A set of data: A survey on attitudes towards sexual behavior during pregnancy pointed out that 60% of pregnant women believed that their sexual desire was reduced; 49% of pregnant women believed that sexual behavior would harm the fetus. 40% of husbands asked for sex; only 0.7% of wives asked for it; 13% of wives believed that sex was a way to keep their husbands by their side; about 60% felt comfortable after sex; about 40% felt pain; 85 % of pregnant women believe that they should have less sexual intercourse during pregnancy; 10% believe that they should maintain the same frequency of sexual intercourse as before pregnancy. Safe time for sex: Sexual intercourse should be avoided as much as possible in the first three months and the last three months (especially the last two months) of pregnancy. Sexual intercourse in the second trimester (April to July) is appropriate once or twice a week. It is recommended that sexual intercourse should not be too long during pregnancy, preferably no more than 30 minutes. 10 minutes of foreplay, 10 minutes of formal play, and 10 minutes of afterplay, the best results! Safe positions for sex. It is not recommended to have sex in the first trimester. As the gestational age increases, you can have sex in the second trimester. However, the pregnant woman\’s belly gradually becomes larger. Be careful not to put too much pressure on the pregnant woman\’s abdomen. The traditional male-on-female position may make her feel uncomfortable. In this case, you can try female-on-male positioning or doggy style. You should avoid having sex in the third trimester of pregnancy, because the enlarged uterus of pregnant women will compress the large blood vessels at this time, which will not only cause pelvic pain, but also cause supine hypotension syndrome such as accelerated heart rate, lowered blood pressure, dizziness, etc., and the fetus will also suffer from supine hypotension syndrome. As a result, ischemia, hypoxia, and even death may occur. What you need to pay attention to when having sex 1. Pay attention to hygiene. If unclean hands come into contact with sexual organs, it will also lead to bacterial infection. Therefore, before having sex, you should fully clean your palms and nails, and develop the habit of cutting nails frequently. 2. Be sure to wear a condom to reduce contact with body fluids and reduce the chance of infection for pregnant mothers; it can prevent semen from being directly absorbed by the vagina and reduce the risk of miscarriage. 3. Do not stimulate the nipples. Pinching, sucking, twisting, and rubbing the nipples of pregnant women can induce uterine contractions and lead to premature birth. 4. Be gentle with your movements. During the second trimester (April to July), you should be careful when having sex. The expectant mother’s uterus is enlarging, the amniotic fluid is increasing, and the tension is increasing. You should be gentle with your movements. In addition, sexual intercourse should be controlled. Too frequent sexual intercourse can easily lead to infection.