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Is Your Clit More Sensitive During Your 1st Trimester? Here's Some Good News

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Before getting pregnant, you may have thought that an oversized belly and swollen ankles would be the extent of the physical symptoms you'd have to deal with. But now that you're in the thick of it, you're discovering that things change all over your body — including your lady parts. If you can manage to get your head out of the toilet long enough to have sex, you may find that having sex is even more enjoyable and your orgasms are more intense than before. Which may leave you to wonder, is your clit more sensitive during your first trimester?

For some women, their sex life piques during pregnancy. The combination of pregnancy hormones and the freedom from worry about getting pregnant can send their sexuality into overdrive. Not to mention, your partner may be totally into your curvy new figure.

Additionally, you may experience some changes down below during this magical time. Things may not look different, but you can expect them to feel a little different for a little while. As The Bump noted, there is an increased flow of blood to the muscles and wall of the vaginal area during pregnancy, which can make the clitoris and vagina more sensitive. And according to the Dr. Sears website, that increased flow of blood can cause the area to feel full and heavy. For some women, the feeling can make sex more pleasurable and lead to out of this world orgasms. If you've never experienced an orgasm before, you may be in for a real treat.

As your body gets used to all of the unusual changes going on in your nether region, be sure to keep the lines of communication open with your partner throughout your pregnancy. At different stages in your pregnancy, you may find that what turns you on one day may totally turn you off the next. Sometimes you may be totally in the mood for their touch, while other times you'll be in excruciating pain and want them to keep their distance. Don't be afraid to speak up.