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There tends to be a lot of confusion about sex and pregnancy. The fact is, it’s completely safe to have sex while you’re pregnant. It’s also safe to use sex toys during pregnancy, be it you use them safely. However, there may be certain things that you should be more aware of when using your favourite sex toys on your way to D-day.

Safe Adult Toys during pregnancy:

1) Check the materials in your sex toys

Pregnancy introduces a whirlwind of hormone changes to your body. That’s why you should try to avoid certain materials that may interfere with your hormones. Phthalates can be found in many plastics, including some sex toys. Make sure that whatever toy you are going to use is phthalates-free. This should be indicated in the description of your toy.

2) Make sure your toys are clean

This is extremely important since getting an unwanted infection could make your pregnancy more challenging. There are many good quality adult toys cleaners on the market. It’s best to use one of these cleaners as using soap and water could damage your toys. Simply clean your toys after every play session and dry them thoroughly. Also, store them in a cool and dry place so that there’s less chance of bacteria growing.

3) Use plenty of personal lubricant

By using a good water-based lubricant for women, you will not only have a better sexual experience, you will also make the experience safer. In general, it’s better to avoid too much friction, which could cause small tears. This is more so during pregnancy, where abrasions could create a lot of discomfort or result in infections.

4) Don’t use one adult toy for both holes

If you enjoy anal play, then it’s best to use a separate toy for that instead of using one toy for both anal and vaginal play. Although you can get away with washing your toy before swapping holes, it still carries a small risk of bacteria from your anus getting into your vagina.

5) Always consult your gynaecologist

Taking precautionary measures when using your sex toys is good but cannot replace the advice of a professional gynaecologist. If there is an issue preventing you from using sex toys during your pregnancy, your gynaecologist will be able to point it out and warn you.