Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy.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.Never release sperms. Sex makes her chances of normal delivery more. Please go through Healofy home page for tips, diet, recipes and many more these help a lot. Take care
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Question: Hlo maam... I want to know whether it is must to cum for female partner during intercourse to get pregnent or not??? Thanks in advance.
Answer: Hi dear no it is not important for the female partner to come while the intercourse is being done to get pregnant but if there is no orgasim it means that there is some problem in the foreplay which needs to be done more nicely So that the orgasim can happen, for female partners it is all about the ovulation and the fertile days to get pregnant because an egg which gets really released remains life for 12 to 24 hours so if the intercourse is done within the fertile periods on an alternative day there are high chances of conception ..
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Question: Am on 12th week pregnancy now. Am gud and no complications so far. Elderly people at home are advising to start intercourse from 4th month.. They said that it would help for normal delivery n essential for baby too.. Hubby and me are confused. Please advise us whether it is true! Also when should i start ic and till when i can have? Thanks in advance
Answer: Dear it's completely a myth that intercourse can help in normal delivery. I feel there is no complications then you can have intercourse but it didn't help in anything so don't think about it.
Question: Hii.. I am 9 weeks 3 days pregnant. Today morning I noticed some light brown discharge with mild cramps in my lower abdomen as well as back. Can someone share if they have also experienced the same. Thanks in advance.
Answer: Increased vaginal white or brown discharge is a normal part of pregnancy but its important to keep an eye on it and tell ur dr its smell looks unusual or if u have any pain, itching or soreness in the vaginal area. You may have infection.
lower abdominal cramps or pain is normal due to expanding uterus and back pain is also normal apply hot water bottle on your back.