Is it really that uncommon to want to have sex when your pregnant? I am like a little nympo nowadays and I am really emberassed about it. I mean to tell my doctors and everything. I mean I am 29 weeks prego, and this is a time where most women have a lack of sex drive, but mine is extremely high. Not to mention that I have a hubby that loves my body being prego!! But I am having symptoms that I think are fueled my the sex. I have contractions soon after or even sometimes during, and I have pelvic pain that can be excrusiating sometimes. Is there really such thing as to much sex? Is it a bad thing when your pregnant, or is it a blessing that you and your partner could relate and remain intimate at a time like this? Besides the contractions and pelvic pain I am just fine, and doing it everyday sometimes twice and day. And Im starting to be proud of this! Why shouldnt I be happy for us? People complain all the time of there sex drive diminishing, so dont I have what a lot of people want to have? Im just tired of people telling me I should calm down, and that Im not acting like a pregnant lady. And I say to them " how should I be...swollen and miserable?" And I get heads shook at me! I dont care though anymore, Im having a lot of GOOD SEX and Im proud..there I said it and now I can breathe since I got that off my chest.

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