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Sex During Pregnancy: Can We, Should We Still Do It or Something or Anything?

By July 26, 2012 - 1:19pm
Sponsored By Vibrance Associates


Written by Dr. Marianne Brandon, Diplomat of Sex Therapy through AASECT, site director

A woman’s sexuality is not stagnant as she grows. Life is full of changes – both emotional and physical - all of which have the power to impact a woman’s sexual experience. Pregnancy and motherhood represent two such transitions that play a role in a woman’s evolving experience of herself as a sexual being. When women understand these sexual transitions, they are better equipped to influence their impact on her body and mind.


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