With changes in your libido and hormones, pregnancy sex will likely feel different on some level. That may raise a little concern from time to time, but the truth is, it's generally normal. During my first pregnancy,I didn't really experience any pain during intercourse, but my second time around was met with the occasional discomfort that alarmed me at first. When you learn that there actually are reasons for normal pain during pregnancy sex, however, it really helps put your mind at ease.
Once my OB-GYN shared that discomfort isn't all that uncommon during pregnancy sex, I was able to take a breath and carry on. It's relieving to know there are actually perfectly logical reasons to feel discomfort during sex and pregnancy in general. There's a lot going on inside your pregnant body, and some of those things contribute to how you're feeling, especially when it comes to the vagina and breasts. On the flip side, there are of course things that you should not ignore during sex while pregnant as well.
If you notice that there are some new feelings or discomfort during pregnancy sex, don't panic. Although it's always a good idea to talk to your healthcare provider if you think something's wrong or if issues persist, knowing that there are also very normal discomforts during pregnancy sex may keep you from panicking, because in all honesty, you're probably freaked out of everything when you're pregnant.