7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Am 7th week pregnancy. Shall I involve in sex ??is it safe ??

4 Answers
Answer: No dear it is not safe for you to have sex now you should wait until 13 weeks of your pregnancy even after that you should once confirm with the doctor because it is important to check your medical reports
Answer: No. U should avoid Ma'am. At least for first trimester. Then u can ask ur doctor if it's good or not. Am 6weeks 4days pregnant my gynac said me to avoid sex
Answer: If u Don't have any complication in ur pregnancy u can sexually active.
Answer: No I think its not safe till 3months
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