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Question: Can we participate in sex during pregnancy

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Answer: Hi dear, Sex during pregnancy is quite safe provided you have no pregnancy related complications.tou need to be comfortable and try poses that are easy on you.donot experiment with various sex postures.missionary and women on top are easy and safe.husband must use condome as precaution,to aviod getting any infection.
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