10 weeks pregnant mother

Question: is it safe to intercourse during pregnancy

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Answer: 1st trimester u should avoid,and 3rdtrimester u Nd ur partner Ll face problems...
Answer: you should avoid it..it might be harmful
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    Pooja Bhat992 days ago

    then y everybody says it's ok up to 7 mnth

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