1. Blood Pressure
During intercourse, oxytocin is released.That hormone relieves you from tension and stress, and as a result, your blood pressure lowers. intercourse during pregnancy also reduces the risk of a heart attack.
You will sleep better at night. You will still have to get up to pee, you may experience back pain, and have a hard time finding a comfortable position to sleep. But after intercourse, you will be relaxed and it will be easier to fall asleep.
Many women avoid intercourse when they’re pregnant. They believe it might hurt the fetus. That never happens. And being intimate with your significant other will only tighten the bond before the baby is born. You will feel closer to your partner than you have ever been.
4. Other Hormones
Other hormones that are involved in intercourse are estrogen, progesterone, and prolactin. They increase lubrication and sensitivity by enabling the flow of blood to the cIitoris and pelvic area making it more pleasurable and diminishing pain.