7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Can we have sex

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Answer: If you don't have any pregnancy complications it is safe to hv sex...just be careful with your sex positions...dnt put pressure in the belly...the foetus is protected by the amniotic fluid and thick muscles of uterus....and the mucus plug in the cervical opening also prevents any infections to the baby...so relax and enjoy ur sexual life...during pregnancy it is good to have sex...
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Answer: Be assured – your uterus has strong muscles which strike out the possibility of a miscarriage. During intercourse, the penis does not go beyond the vagina, so it does not reach the baby. Just ensure that your man is not falling too hard upon you. Also, contrary to the popular myth, sexual stimulation or orgasm has no role to play in starting labour pain. While orgasm may cause mild uterine contractions, these are harmless. While intercourse is safe for women in a majority of cases, it is not always the case. There are times when one needs to avoid sex during early pregnancy. If a woman has had a history of miscarriages, it is advisable for her to not indulge in sex. When you are feeling nauseous or have overwhelming fatigue, it is better to refrain from sex. Also, a woman who is pregnant with twins or multiple babies or has a low-lying placenta should not indulge in sex.
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Answer: Hello.. sex is a natural, normal part of pregnancy -- if you're having a normal pregnancy. Penetration and intercourse’s movement won't harm the baby, who is protected by your abdomen and the uterus’ muscular walls. Your baby is also cushioned by the amniotic sac’s fluid. Hope this answer will help you
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Answer: Hello dear. It is recommended women stop having intercourse during the final weeks of pregnancy, just as a safety precaution, because semen contains a chemical that may actually stimulate contractions. You can confirm with your doctor too. Take care.
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