Pregnant with thought sex

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Rest assured, sex drive changes during pregnancy are perfectly normal. Blame your hormones. Fluctuating levels of estrogen and progesterone can lead to changes in sexual desire. But nausea, fatigue, stress and weight gain also impact your libido. If your libido is growing along with your belly, enjoy your sexy urges!

This pregnant blogger says that the thought of sex makes her feel physically sick

Sex Drive During Pregnancy: Why Your Libido May Increase or Decrease When Pregnant

Not too long ago, I was having a nice little chat with one of my expectant friends about how things are going with her pregnancy , how she's feeling, and all that good stuff. And don't ask me why, but somehow the conversation shifted to the topic of sex -- and the fact that she and her husband are doing it like a couple of rabbits right now. I kind of smiled and nodded my head and said, "Oh, that's great! The thought of the two of them going at it like a couple of teenagers in the back of a Chevy really made me cringe. For the life of me, I just don't understand how pregnant women can enjoy sex. No wait, scratch that.

Pregnant and Horny? Understanding Your Sex Drive During Pregnancy

During pregnancy, your body will experience a whirlwind of new feelings, sensations, and emotions. Your hormones are fluctuating and your blood flow is increased. Many women also notice that their breasts grow and their appetite increases. But there are some common bodily trends.
Your ankles swell up like golf balls. You feel hornier than ever. But then I get pregnant and the thought of sex physically makes me sick. The thought of kissing someone for long periods of time makes me want to puke.