8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Can we have sex in first trimester ????

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Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy I can understand your anxiety.Sex is not advisable in first trimester because it is the most sensitive period. Sex and travel are not advisable in first trimester. Later you can have only, If your pregnancy is not complicated and your doctor did not ask you to avoid sex, you can have sex. Position is also very important and always try to prefer side position, as it doesn't put any sort of pressure on your baby bump. Using condoms is also important.Take care
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