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Question: Is sex safe in pregnancy??

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Answer: Hello dear It is not advisable to have sex in first 3 months of pregnancy as fetus is Taking growth during this time. So, it can be harmful for the fetus. After completion of 3 months, u can have sex from 4 to 7 months. If ur pregnancy is going smooth and u have no medical complications then doing sex in last trimester is totally safe. Last month sex can help u in open ur cervix.
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