Having sex while pregnant is just the best. The fact that your hormones are raging and you suddenly and desperately want to have sex all the time makes it a great bonding period in your life.

And even if you do feel a little less flexible, that new bump, you can still let loose and get your orgasm while making sure that your baby is completely fine. Below are some hot ways to safely do it.

1. The bedside service

Prop yourself up on a ton of pillows and sit at the edge of the bed, opening your legs wide. Your partner can kneel or stand, and adjust your pillow situation for height. Rub your clit while you both watch their smooth, slow thrusts into your gorgeous, round body. And if you can't reach your clit, have them rub it for you.

The bedside service

2. The womb with a view

Pregnancy means lots of doggy-style sex. Spice it up by moving to the living room and kneeling on the couch, facing the back. Your partner will also be in a fine position to reach around and stroke your labia, which — like apparently everything else on your body during these months — is swollen as hell.

The womb with a view

3. The reclining muse

You're about to bring forth the miracle of life; your partner can bring on the oral sex from now until your water breaks. Lie on the edge of the bed, have them assume any comfortable position, and get to it. Just make sure they're not blowing air into your vagina.

The reclining muse

4. The three peas in a pod

Spooning is a good go-to position during the third trimester because your tremendous belly will be getting in the way of your Love. To make it mind-blowing: Hold a bullet vibrator on your clit by squeezing your legs tightly together as your partner rocks into you from behind.

The three peas in a pod

5. Rock chair roll

Later on in your pregnancy, you may need to modify woman-on-top positions. Try leaning back on your hands to distribute the weight of your growing belly, and to open up more space for your partner to stimulate your clit.

Rock chair roll

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