27 weeks pregnant and sexually frustrated with boyfriend...

Ashley - posted on 06/21/2014 ( 2 moms have responded )

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Hi,

I'm 27 weeks pregnant and very frustrated with my boyfriend. It seems like the last few months he doesn't want me at all. We've probably had sex maybe 3 times. I understand that I am growing and that things are difficult now (more so since ive been about 5 months along). But there is always an excuse of im tired, I worked a long day, or no not tonight. It's difficult being turned down all the time and I end up getting upset because I feel as though he doesn't want me anymore because I am pregnant. I know that he does love me and I have brought this to him several times now and I just get more upset and he says he will try and make me see that he loves me and wants nothing more than a family with me. But im to the point now that it's not worth me trying or even caring anymore. I don't want to be in a loveless relationship and told him that. He got very upset at me in even thinking that way. I know that hormones are raging and I have been health and not sick though my whole pregnancy. At first we couldn't get enough of each other and it seems now that where time is getting closer. the less I see of him (because he;s sleeping on the couch) and I end up going to bed by myself most times. Im tired of expressing to him how I feel and its terrible because I should feel this way.
any opinions would be greatly appreciated.

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Michelle - posted on 06/21/2014

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How about asking him about what he's feeling, instead of saying just what you want.
A lot of men think they will hurt the baby.
You need to sit down and ask him what he wants and why he has been making the excuses. Let him know that the baby is fine and having sex won't harm it.

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Ashley - posted on 06/30/2014

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I have asked him how he feels. He's not worried about hurting the baby he knows that..lol but the excuses keep coming. Unless there is something that he isn't telling me. Talking about it gets him frustrated (in many ways more than 1). Ive never dealt with this in our relationship before since it's always been healthy. He is very understanding and everything else when it comes to me and the baby and is always there for us. But he's lacking in this part of our relationship and it's a little worrysome...

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