Planning for pregnancy

Question: How to have sex during pregnancy?

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Answer: Dear you are in your early pregnancy is its a very crucial time please don't with your doctor about it and then only have sex .
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Question: How safe is it to have sex during pregnancy?
Answer: Hi dear, good news most women who are having a normal pregnancy may continue to have sex right up until their water breaks or they go into labor. a baby isn't hurt when a pregnant woman and her partner make love. The amniotic sac and the strong muscles of the uterus protect the baby, and the thick mucus plug that seals the cervix helps guard against infection. During intercourse, the penis doesn't go beyond the vagina, so it won't reach the baby. You may have to experiment to find the positions that are comfortable for you. Finding a comfortable position for intercourse becomes more of a challenge as your belly grows. For example, the missionary position (man on top) becomes increasingly difficult as your pregnancy progresses and is nearly impossible late in pregnancy. (If you do use this position after the first trimester, wedge a pillow under you so you're tilted and not flat on your back, and make sure your partner supports himself so his weight is not on your abdomen.)
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Question: How to sex during pregnancy
Answer:  Towards the end of your pregnancy, while safe, sex may become difficult or uncomfortable for you due to big bump. At this point a couple may choose NOT to have sex, even if their doctor has not said that it is a problem. If your doctor approves, intercourse is safe throughout your pregnancy, some believe that sex may help a woman go into labor. One of the old wives’ tales suggested this. 3 trimester sex can help dilate a cervix that is ready to dilate. This is a much debated theory. Remember, if your doctor says it is safe to have sex and you WANT to have sex, there is no reason not to have sex.
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Question: How safe is it to have sex during pregnancy??
Answer: Hello dear. Intercourse is recommended only after the first trimester. However make sure you have no other pregnancy complications. Take care.
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