You often read about moms-to-be not wanting sex. It's widely known that being pregnant is utterly exhausting, as growing a human being is really hard on a woman's body. Throw in some haywire hormones, and you have a recipe for a total libido tanking. But what about the male partners? What if they're not interested in sex as much or can't orgasm? It's certainly a less talked about issue, but one that deserves attention. Some women noticing a change in their partner's orgasms (or lack of) may wonder why don't some guys finish during pregnancy sex? Is it just their man, or others too? Rest assured, it's pretty common and it's probably nothing you're doing in particular.
Technically, any problem in the sexual response cycle (excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution), is considered a sexual dysfunction, according to Web MD. The same site noted that sexual dysfunctions are fairly common, with 31 percent of men report having some issues. There are plenty of treatments on the market for men with sexual issues (you've no doubt seen the commercials), but going the medical route might not be necessary, yet.
Talking about why there might be an issue is a good first step. In exploring the possible issues, you may be able to make some immediate adjustments that could lead to more orgasms next time you try getting frisky. Here are seven reasons your guy might be having a hard time finishing now that you're pregnant.