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I had spotting in the second month of pregnancy and since

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I had spotting in the second month of pregnancy and since then my husband always finds excuses for not having sex. I feel very horny almost all the time. I have tried telling him but he says it is not safe. I have been pleasuring myself and he is aware of that. But that doesn't bother him. I am 36 weeks pregnant now and touching myself seems unsatisfying. What do I do
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Mental Health
Expert:  Dr. Z replied 1 year ago.

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Hello and thank you for using JustAnswer. I am very sorry that you are having this issue with your husband, I can understand how frustrating this can be for you. Maybe it would be appropriate for you and your husband to discuss this with your doctor so that there can be a third and objective opinion about sex while pregnant which may help to convince your husband that it is safe. Other than that there is very little you can do given that it has to be your husband's choice to initiate sexual intercourse with you.

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