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When you're pregnant, your cravings for heat, sweat, and sexy pleasure don't slow down. In fact, you may even find that you want it more because of the increased blood flow and hormone surge. Not even your swollen ankles and sore back can slow you down. So, you'll be happy to know that you can use adult toys when you're pregnant. But with your big belly pressing down in front of you, it's going to be hard to bring your toys to your hot spot -- unless you have these sexy moves.

Note: If your doctor advises you not to have sex or orgasm for medical reasons, we recommend that you follow that advice. Doctors know best!

For everyone else, it's fair game!

Permeate toys and vibrators

You're not the first expectant parent to be completely freaked out by penetration during pregnancy. However, unless your doctor says otherwise, it is perfectly safe for you and your baby. They know your medical history. So, if you're at risk for placenta previa, miscarriage, or other medical problems, keep in mind that your doctor knows best about the condition.

Otherwise, you can choose whatever happiness meets your needs. If your doctor specifically advises against penetrative sex, you can still use a vibrator to achieve orgasm. We love vibrators because they have such a powerful stimulus. You'll think you're having the best sex of your life, even though this adult toy doesn't offer touch orgasm. You have to try to believe it!

Put adult toys on the baby's stomach.

For those of you who have flown before (who hasn't?) Finding your G-spot is hard enough. You have no stomach. Then, add in the watermelon growing on your belly, and you think it's impossible. What long arms a woman has!

Therefore, using adult toys during pregnancy can be a challenge. But once you find a comfortable position, you'll forget about your pregnant belly.

That being said, you may also want to pay more attention to the types of adult toys you use during pregnancy. Some handles are longer, have a better grip, and vary in shape, making it easier to hit the right place.

No lube will do.

Before you get pregnant, you may not pay much attention to the type of lubricant you use. However, it's time to get rid of this bad habit.

Your body is changing like never before, and your vagina may be irritated by ingredients that have never been a problem before. Yes, when your body throws all these surprises at you, your body starts to feel like someone else's. However, you can still use lubricants; You just need to be more selective. Whether pregnant or not, organic or paraben-free lubricants are good choices. There's no need to expose your sensitive areas to harmful chemicals and toxins.

Plus, you're ready to crawl into bed with your adult toys. Motherhood doesn't have to and shouldn't limit your libido.

Pregnant women should still have sex under the guidance of a doctor