Answer: sex is safe throughout pregnancy and will not hurt your baby if there are no problems. This includes the early weeks after you get pregnant. The developing amniotic fluid and sac and the muscle layers of your uterus cushion and protect your embryo from trauma as your pregnancy progresses.
As long as you are comfortable, in the mood, and have an uncomplicated pregnancy, go ahead and enjoy your normal sexual activities.
Answer: First trimester me intercourse ko avoid hi kro to jada better rahega kyuki is wkt bby bnna start hota h... Jisse hlka b jhtka lgne se miscarriage k chances bdh jate h
Answer: Strictly not advisable better avoid and enjoy your pregnancy!
Answer: No better to b avoid in 1st trimester
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Can we have sex during first trimester? If yes,then any precaution should be taken!
No dear, it is not safe, You can have intercourse after first trimester,if you notice any bleeding or pain,after intercourse please consult doctor,it is better to get their attention
Question: Can we give mashed banana to 5 months old baby ? If yes then at what time ?
Answer: Hello ma'am ,
Don't give banana to your 5 month old child before six month don't give anything except breast milk or formula milk . U introduce your baby to the food after six month .
Kyuki baby ka digestive system abhi bahut weak hota hai to aise me baby koi bhi food digest nahii Kar sakta or infection ke chances rahte hai .
Question: can I have sex at this stage..if yes? then which position we should enjoy
Answer: Hii should avoid sex in first trimester of pregnancy as it may led to miscarriage.
there can be some harmful effects of having sex in the first trimester.
1) As the foetus grows, the load on the cervix increases. In case you have cervical insufficiency(where the cervix is not strong enough), it is better to refrain from sex as sex will increase the pressure on the cervix.
2) It is risky to have sex if you have been diagnosed with Placenta Previa (a condition in which one portion of the placenta covers the cervix). Having sex with this condition may damage the placenta and place an enormous risk on the baby’s life.
3) Beware of STDs. One should be well aware of the partner’s sexual health and history before indulging in sex. It becomes all the more important at this point. If your partner has Hepatitis B or genital herpes, it may get transmitted to you and then to the baby.
Question: If we can do intercourse this month at what time I ll get my pregancy confirmation
Answer: Only when your period due is delayed but 5 days. Check with pregnancy kit.