Rest assured, even during penetration, a penis or vibrator will not come into contact with your baby. That said, when using a vibrator during pregnancy, you may want to keep some things in mind:
Dr. Markidan says that it's normal to have a small amount of bleeding after intercourse or dildo use when pregnant — yes, even if you don't typically bleed after intercourse or dildo use.
Using a vibrator during pregnancy is generally safe. A few cautions: Be careful not to penetrate yourself too forcefully, especially with a very rigid vibrator. And make sure the vibrator is clean to prevent infection. Wash it according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Using sex-toys like dildos and vibrators are safe during pregnancy. After all, they’re just mechanical versions of the real thing — though make sure that anything you introduce into the vagina is clean before you use it.
A dildo is harder and more rigid than a penis is, and your cervix is more fragile during pregnancy, so start slow and avoid going too deep or pushing too hard.
According to Young, condoms can protect you from potential infection. “Use safe-sex barriers with your sex toys, like condoms on your dildos and vibrators, to keep them clean and help prevent ...