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How can we still have sex if my partner has morning sickness?

Hilda Y. Hutcherson, MD
OBGYN (Obstetrics & Gynecology)

Let’s face it: When a woman feels sick to her stomach, having sex is the last thing she wants to do. You will just have to be patient until your partner is feeling better. Perhaps schedule sex for later in the day, as nausea is commonly worse in the morning. The best position for a woman with heartburn is woman-on-top.

 

 

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