If your pregnant partner is giving you the bedroom eyes lately, that's likely a sign she wants to do the deed. It may seem tempting to touch her right then and there, but you might want to pause for a bit. After all, just because your partner is acting like she wants to be touched, that doesn't mean your old moves will still feel good. Her body has changed and so have her pleasure spots. If you want to learn how to touch your pregnant partner, you first have to learn to be patient and listen really well.
Whether or not either of you want the touching to lead to sex, there are things that will feel good and things that won't. You're both at the mercy of haywire hormones. According to an article in Parents, a woman's sex drive will fluctuate all throughout her pregnancy, which obviously impacts how much touching or sex she wants. For example, hormones will make her nipples super sensitive (and possibly not in a good way) and her vagina will become extra sensitive (again, possibly not in a good way). Personally, the only touching I wanted my whole pregnancy was a foot rub or a professional back massage at a spa, that was it.
Every woman is different when it comes to how she wants or doesn't want to be touched while pregnant. Here are seven tips to guide you in your journey to figuring out how touchy-feely your pregnant partner wants to be.