|I guess I just don't understand how orgasms - especially before 32 weeks or so - can be an issue/risk.
Many women(myself included) go into labour from orgasms. For me it starts at 5weeks, I cannot have sex, I cannot have orgasms because my uterus contracts to the point of going into labour. For someone with PP even if they don't know if orgasm will affect the uterus like it does with me the risk is higher because of the bleeding/hemorraging risk.
|I went in for ultrasound at 28 weeks and found out placenta went from complete to partial then at 30 week i went to hospital for heavy bleeding. well today at 32 weeks, i went in for ultrasound and found out placenta had completely moved away from cervix and is completely on right side but DR wont remove bed rest or sex restrictions and i was wondering if anyone else had this happen and if you could tell me why he wont remove restrictions?
It has only been 4 weeks since it was partial and only 2 weeks since you had the heavy bleeding. I'd guess that even though it isn't PP anymore it is still low lying and can cause some of the same problems as PP does just at a lower risk.
With my 2nd dd I was told I had partial PP at 11 weeks which usually isn't a problem because it moves by 18. I was already on restricted duties/no sex because of the contraction thing I mentioned earlier in my post. At 18weeks it had moved but stayed low lying, no problems anymore. During labour I had horrible tailbone pain. I figured she was posterior. I knew her being born would make the pain go away. Right before pushing the pain got worse and I figured either it was her or I had to have a bm. I didn't care, something was leaving my body, she was born a couple of minutes later. The pain in my tailbone did not go away though. I was stuck on that stupid table unable to change positions to relieve the pain. After they took her for the newborn checks and the placenta was delivered then the pain went away. My placenta had been low enough it pressed against my tailbone causing the pain that I thought was posterior baby pain. I couldn't sit for more than 1-2 minutes without it hurting until she was a few weeks old.
With my last dd there was no known placenta problems, we had sex at 34 1/2 weeks. I was supposed to be on no sex until 35weeks due to preterm labour at 30weeks. I figured 4 days was no big deal. I immediatly started bleeding and went into labour again. We went to the hospital and I was checked upstairs, then they made me walk downstairs to ER where my dr was working. I saw his wife instead because he was too busy, she called the obgyn in. Nobody could figure out where the bleeding was coming from, but they didn't do an us to check the placenta either. She was born 6 weeks later.