Before we give you tips on how to make pregnancy sex more fun, let's go over the basics.
Yes, as long as the pregnancy is progressing normally, pregnancy sex is safe! However, if for some reasons, you have some misgivings about your health, it is always a good idea to consult with your family doctor. If he says no, ask him to be specific about the reason.
Besides your doctor’s warnings, there are also other situations when you should not have sex. While these are basically commonsensical considerations, it remains practical to still point the obvious, such as:
Having a history of miscarriage or premature birth
The placenta is covering the cervix (this is Placenta previa in medical terms)
Your water has broken
You are having bleeding problems
Your (or your partner’s) religious belief or cultural upbringing about pregnancy sex (if ever there is such a thing)
Either you, or your partner, has sexually-transmitted disease (told you, these are obvious considerations).