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Question: When we can do intercourse during pregnancy?
Answer: Unless your health care provider advises you otherwise, sex during pregnancy is safe for both you and your baby. The baby is protected by the amniotic fluid in the womb, by your abdomen, and by the mucus plug which seals your cervix and helps guard against infections.
Always check with your physician and you should avoid sex if you have any of these conditions.
1. Previous premature birth or labor
2. Previous miscarriage
3. You experience vaginal bleeding or discharge
4. Placent previa or low lying placenta
5. Incompetent cervix or if it is dilated
6. Water is broken
7. Your partner or you have a sexually transmitted disease
Question: Can we do intercourse during pregnancy?
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
Intercourse is recommended after the first trimester.
A baby isn't hurt when a pregnant woman and her partner intercourse. The amniotic sac and the strong muscles of the uterus protect the baby, and the thick mucus plug that seals the cervix helps guard against infection.
Question: can we do intercourse during first trimester?
Answer: Yes right now its safe but it completely depends on the health of the baby, your medical conditions & the hygiene that you maintain. In the final weeks of pregnancy many doctors suggest avoiding sex as a safety precaution, since hormones present in semen may stimulate contractions.