Group B Strep is nothing to be overly concerned about. MANY women have it and any precautions will be taken during labor. As for an infection in the amniotic fluid, that has nothing to do with sex. In a normal pregnancy sex will not bring on labor. This is among many other old wives tales
Can sex induce labor pains? Here’s what an ob-gyn has to say
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Some parents want to try finding ways to encourage labor to begin. In some cases, your doctor also might suggest inducing labor, assuming that it would be better for you and your baby. One of the most popularly suggested methods is to have sex. So, how often should you have sex when trying to induce labor? Does it even work, and how can you maximize your chances of it helping you if it does? The short answer is that there is no conclusive scientific evidence to prove whether or not sex can increase the likelihood of spontaneous labor.
Natural ways to induce labour: an overview
Every year, one in five labours are medically induced in the UK, and induction is offered to all women who don't go into labour naturally by 42 weeks. Induction is not without its risks and discomfort, and it is understandable that women may look to some alternate method of inducing labour. One American study reported that half of women who reach their due dates attempt to initiate labour through a variety of non-medical techniques.
But does sex induce labor in full-term women? And are there risks for having sex in the last few weeks of pregnancy? While studies on the topic are still limited, sexy time could be your ticket to labor and delivery. Sex might seem the obvious solution to speeding along labor: Contractions of the uterus are part and parcel of having an orgasm, and they can be quite powerful and last up to half an hour. Sperm contains prostaglandins, or fatty acids that act like hormones, which are also produced by your uterus to thin and dilate the cervix and jump-start contractions in preparation for delivery.