6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi I am six week pregnant ..can I have sex this time and can u tell that when can do and when cannot do...

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Answer: hi dear , having sex is safe and you can enjoy the same up untill later in pregnancy when you find it uncomfortable with the bump . Only precautions are that you need to listen to your body and see if there are any issues like low lying placenta or any other complications etc then the dr may advise you to stay away from sex
Answer: No dear, sex is not advisable in first trimester, you can do after 14th week.
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