When a pregnant woman has a lowered placenta and the Dr says no intercourse can she still have an orgasm?
- EdnaLv 72 months ago
Yes - she could still have an orgasm from stimulation to her clitoris.
- LizBLv 72 months ago
No sex generally means no orgasm, too. She can ask her doc to be sure, but that's usually what it means -- nothing in the vagina, and no orgasms.
- PatriciaLv 72 months ago
She can probably still masturbate for an orgasm.
- MissALv 72 months ago
She should ask her doctor. There's pelvic rest and there's "abstaining from intercourse."
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Not a very wise idea at all since an orgasm will disturb the uterus with the contractions. It could put the baby in jeopardy if the placenta moves any further. Why would you take such a risk or at least double check with your own OB?
- GodLv 72 months ago
I don't think all that excitement would be good for the baby.
- 2 months ago
Ask your doctor.
- SpeedLv 72 months ago
This is something to discuss with the OB. It's possible the act of intercourse is the risk factor, but it's also possible the uterine spasms of orgasm are a factor. You need to know for sure before you take a risk, right?
If sh/e is available via email, this is a quick question to ask.
- pearlmarLv 72 months ago
Sure, if he husband obliges her.