Answer: Sex during pregnancy may not be safe for women with a history of repeated miscarriages, preterm labor, bleeding, or an incompetent cervix (a condition in which the cervix effaces and dilates without contractions in the second or early thirdtrimester, when the baby's weight puts increasing pressure on it).
Yes, if you're having a healthy, normal pregnancy, sex is safe – although as your third trimester progresses and you get bigger, you may have to be creative about your positioning during sex to avoid discomfort.
Answer: You should avoid during first and third trimester
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Question: Can we do sex during pregnancy? I mean in early pregnancy (first tremister)
Answer: Hello dear congratulations for your pregnancy🙂. This is the high time when you should start protecting your baby. Intercourse during pregnancy first trimester is not safe. Wait for at least 13 weeks and if doctor confirms there is no complication in your pregnancy then only you can have intercourse in 4th 5th and 6th month of pregnancy. But be very gentle because rough sex can cause internal bleeding and in extreme cases miscarriage. All the best. 🙂
Question: In early pregnancy can we do sex
Answer: Hi,it is better to avoid it is in the first trimester after that if you have a safe pregnancy early pregnancy then you can go ahead in consultation with your doctor even my doctor advised to avoid in the first trimester
Question: can we use lubes while having sex in early pregnancy..
Answer: Yes, it's safe. Your cervix is tightly closed, so there's no danger of the lubricant reaching your baby. You may find that you don't even need lubricant while you're pregnant because the extra vaginal discharge typically keeps you pretty moist.