Most people believe that once a woman becomes pregnant, she should avoid having intercourse with a man. It is common knowledge for people to think that the baby growing inside the woman’s womb might be harmed due to the pressure of the man’s private part.
However, experts have already proved that having intercourse while a woman is pregnant is still safe if done correctly. There are certain positions which the couple could do which would make it easier for the woman to maneuver herself without disrupting the baby inside her.
So what really happens inside a pregnant woman’s womb when she makes love with a man?
It’s a common misconception among men that their genitalia can touch the baby inside the woman’s belly. In fact, a woman's birth canal may vary in length, from 3 inches up to 7 which is why even if the woman is already 6 months pregnant, men wouldn’t be able to penetrate deep enough to touch the baby.
Aside from that factor, the baby is also surrounded by the cervix, the uterus and the amniotic fluid that serves as protection for the baby.
The only effect the baby will feel is the movement of the mother’s pelvis, similar to the movement when she exercises or runs up the staircase.