During pregnancy, a lot of couples will ask such a question. Can we share a room during pregnancy? How many months can we share a room during pregnancy? It is recommended that we do not share a room during the first three months and the last three months of pregnancy. We can share a room during the second trimester (from April to July).
You can share a room in a few months
Medical evidence shows that as long as you are healthy during pregnancy, you can share a room during pregnancy. However, it is recommended not to share a room in the first three months and the last three months of pregnancy, but in the second trimester (from April to July). Because in the first three months of pregnancy, the fetus is not stable, and the secretion of progesterone is insufficient, at this time, sharing a room may lead to the risk of abortion, and at this time, pregnant women are generally not very interested in the influence of early pregnancy. In the last three months of pregnancy, the placenta began to decline, and the hands and feet of pregnant women were seriously edematous. At this time, it was inconvenient to move. At this time, it was easy to cause uterine contraction and premature delivery.
If you have been treated for premature birth, or if you have other problems during pregnancy, such as shortened or dilated cervix, amniotic fluid outflow, placenta previa, vaginal bleeding, or a history of abortion, be sure to ask your doctor first if you can share a room during pregnancy. In some cases, you need to avoid rooming during pregnancy.
Can I share a room three months after pregnancy
You may not have heard of an example of a mother to be having sex in the early stages of pregnancy that affects the growth and development of the fetus, but doctors generally recommend that you avoid or reduce sex in the first three months of pregnancy. Because the fetus is not stable at this time, it is easy to have abortion, especially for pregnant women with high risk of abortion. The reason why it is suggested that expectant mothers should not share the same room in the first three months of pregnancy is that the placenta and your uterine wall are not closely connected in early pregnancy. If you have improper sex life, it may cause uterine contraction and abortion.
However, if everything is normal and there is no discomfort for the mother to be, she can also share the room properly. However, she should also pay attention not to make too much efforts to avoid stimulating the uterus, and the frequency of sharing rooms should not be too high. It is better to have one time a week.