12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is sex allowed during pregnancy in my present stage

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Answer: Hello... No dear, not now, you can have intercourse after first trimester, if you have any pain or bleeding after that please consult doctor
Answer: Hello... No dear, not now, you can have intercourse after first trimester, but if you have any
Answer: Aft nt scan my doc said can have sex twice in a week. U pls confirm with ur doctor
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Answer: Hello dear, It is completely safe for a woman to continue having sex throughout her pregnancy unless her doctor says to not to have. Sex will not harm the baby at any stage during a typical, uncomplicated pregnancy. The baby is protected by strong uterus muscles, amniotic fluid, and a mucus plug that develops around the cervix. Some people believe that sexual activity or orgasms might damage the baby, increase the chances of a miscarriage, or induce early labor. However, in a healthy pregnancy, none of these are true. During the later stages of pregnancy, people should choose positions that do not put pressure on the pregnant belly, such as the missionary position. If a woman lies on her back, the weight of the baby might put extra pressure on her internal organs or major arteries. Take care.
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Answer: Hello dear It is not advisable to have sex in first 3 months of pregnancy as fetus is Taking growth during this time. So, it can be harmful for the fetus.After completion of 3 months, u can have sex from 4 to 7 months. If ur pregnancy is going smooth and u have no medical complications then doing sex in last trimester is totally safe. Last month sex can help u in open ur cervix.
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