I’M Worried That Sex Has Become “Baby” Sex, Rather Than Fun Sex. What Should We Do Pregnancy?

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Sex is a habit: the more you have it, the more you are used to having it, and the more you are likely to want it.

If you are now in the situation where the only reason to have sex is because it might lead to a pregnancy, then the chances are you have got out of the habit of having it simply when you feel like it. As well as impacting on your chances of conceiving, this sort of baby sex starts to have an effect on your relationship. Not only does sex become artificial and done to order, but your general physical relationship with your partner also starts to feel contrived and self-conscious because you are no longer used to giving and receiving pleasure, and to sharing intimacy regularly and spontaneously.

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