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Question: it hurt time baby while intercose at pregnancy

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Answer: Hello dear!No, a baby isn't hurt at the time of interourse. 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.
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