Researchers suggest that sex had a protective effect, the level of which is related to how much support the woman has during her pregnancy. They deduced that sex during 29 to 36 weeks was a “strong predictor” for a full-term pregnancy.
As to the issue – can orgasm cause miscarriage – it will not. The baby is protected by the amniotic fluid and the uterine muscles. Activities other than sex, such as exercise and working (NOT involving harmful substances or radiation) won’t cause miscarriages either.
Experts also say that sex is allowed for low-risk pregnancies. These are pregnancies that don’t have active complications and factors that put the pregnancy at risk for complications.
The best course of action is to talk to your doctor if you wish to have sex during your pregnancy.
So, can orgasm cause miscarriage? The answer is no, unless advised otherwise by your physician. As long as your pregnancy is normal and there are no complications, sex – and climaxing – won’t cause miscarriage.
Learn more about Giving Birth and Complications here.