Valentine's Day is coming soon, signaling a romantic milestone for many couples. But for some new pairs, the worry that your relationship is moving too fast or too slow can become a major concern. Which got us wondering: When is the best time to start being sexually intimate in a relationship, according to science? The answer is complicated, spanning anywhere from a few dates to a few months after you start to spending time together.
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Every relationship has its own pace. There are a lot of decisions you have to make when getting into a new relationship with someone: when to meet each other's families and friends, how often you should see each other, and when you should have sex for the first time. Every relationship moves at its own pace, and the most optimal time you should have sex is whenever you're both comfortable with it. But if you're stressing out about wanting to wait for a little into your relationship in order to do the deed, you might actually be onto something. Having sex can put you in a vulnerable position.