Have you ever wondered if is possible a man to poke the baby in its head with the tip of his penis while he’s having sexual activity with the pregnant woman?
Before we answer you this question with “yes” or “no”, we will write several sentences about anatomy. Namely, the growing baby is in the uterus, and it is floating inside amniotic sac filled with amniotic fluid.
Furthermore, the uterus is protected by cervix, which is rigid barrier to the vagina. Over the course of the pregnancy is slowly is opening. It is important to mention that the birth canal is 3 – 7 inches in length, which depends on the woman’s state of arousal.
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Below you can see ultrasound picture with an actual penis inside a woman who is 6 months pregnant. Above the penis there is white colored area and that is the cervix. Beyond the cervix is placed the uterus, amniotic sac and baby. At the picture you can see that the direction of the penis is down.
Therefore, during sexual activity, the penis perfectly fits in a space underneath the cervix and uterus.
Now, what is the conclusion?
It is possible to poke the baby in the head during sexual activity with the tip of penis?
- NO. That is not possible, and the reason for that is that the baby is protected behind the rigid cervix, uterus and the amniotic fluid.
However, actually it is possible to “jostle” the baby. How?
Namely, regardless of the penis’ length, a man can gently jostle or push the baby. It is important to mention that such jostle the baby would experience in case if the pregnant woman went to run up a set of stairs or if she exercises.
At the photo you can see that is quite possible for the shaft of the penis to “brush up against” the cervix, which actually will “jostle” the contents of the amniotic sac and therefore will “jostle” the growing baby.
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