lying down straight on ur back keeping pillow under ur hips
That is a rather broad question, but I will try to answer it for you. Sex doesn't usually hurt pregnancy in any way, and if you want sex, it can help you relax. Some women swear that sex will bring on labor when the time is right, but don't hold your breath. My advice would be to have sex if you feel like it unless you have complications in your pregnancy, and your doctor tells you not to. If you aren't feeling up to it, and your partner is feeling put out, try other things like massage to help ease the stress until you feel like having sex again.
If you've got morning sickness, it helps to have sex so you can forget about the sickness during that time. It also helps you to stay close to your husband or lover during your pregnancy.
Continuing with a healthy sex life during pregnancy, helps ensure that your vaginal muscles stay active. The orgasm not only strengthens and keeps these (much needed for pushing muscles) in shape, but relieves stress and produces pain and relaxation hormones. You may need to find some more comfortable positions and techniques for work around your expanding middle. A healthy, trusting, sexual relationship with your partner not only benefits pregnancy and labor,(unless of course your doctor has recommends you not have sex because of complications) but will keep other aspects of your life healthy as well.
A previous answer's logic for having sex was that it will make you divert your attention from morning sickness. This is not true for everyone.
If you are nauseated all the time during the day like I am, sex is the last thing to think about. It cannot possibly divert the nauseated feeling. In fact it just makes you feel worse. Add to this, the aversion to all kinds of smells that makes you feel even more nauseated. These are smells that seemed fine before pregnancy.
In addition to the first answer, sex, indeed will bring on labor in some women. This is because prostaglandins found in male semen have been proven to dilate the cervix. Also, rubbing or even just brushing the nipples will stimulate the release of Oxytocin, (which is what pitocin is the synthetic form of) which stimulates the uterus to contract. So, unless told not to do so by your Dr or midwife, go on, have sex to bring on labor, and have fun doing it!!
Yes, it can reduce cramping, and headaches because of the hormones released during an orgasm. It can also create some personal and intimate time between you and your spouse and can help satisfy that emotional need.
You should feel quite free to visit any website you wish, and it's an invasion of privacy when your mate checks on you like this. It sounds as if your abuser is a verbal abuser because you would have gotten the beating of your life when they caught you. You are in charge of your own destiny so if you don't like someone lurking around regarding your private sector of your life (as long as you aren't harming yourself or the other person) then it's time to leave. Even if the couple isn't abusive, they should respect each other's privacy. I never open my husband's mail (if only his name is on it) and he never checks up on me on the computer. He hasn't got the time to learn the computer anyway as he works long hours. There is nothing I'm hiding so I have no worries.
If you aren't happy in your relationship then I strongly suggest you seek help from an "Abused Women's Center" and leave this person you are living with. They are there to help you get on your own two feet and become an independent individual.
AnswerHe is trying to undermine you. Basically telling you that even if you think their is abuse, you are not smart enough to really know. That's the main thing that stuck out for me in your post. This guy needs to be tossed aside like a dish rag, but very carefully. That means you packing up and leaving. You can go to a womans shelter. You don't need to live under anyones surveillence. This guy is a dog.
AnswerYou're not going to want to hear this, but abusive parent or not, if you are on THEIR computer in THEIR house, THEY make the rules.
You're also asking what you should do. I'm wondering what kind of answer you're looking for. You can't have someone arrested for rude comments. And no one is going to give you advice on how to fight back verbally or physically.
If you are being abused you need to speak to a teacher, a counselor, clergy or other trusted adult. Until you are 18 you have to abide by parental rules unless it can be proven, in court, that the parent is unfit.
One on each end either simultaneously or separately
Yes, possibly. My first "yeast infection" turned out to be pregnancy! Hard to answer, could be many things, some of which are readily treatable. I recommend you go and see your family doctor. He/she will also be able to help you with any questions you may have, should you be pregnant.