Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Is intercourse during third trimester is safe?
Answer: Hello dear, sex is safe if you don't have any serious medical complications...... still you should avoid during third trimester means after 30 weeks. It can be possible having sex put you in labor at 35 weeks. Sperm can cause your uterus to contract. But you can do foreplay. It's not harmful for you.
Hope it helped ,Take care urself...
Question: is it safe to intercourse during first trimester of pregnancy
Dear Yes. It is absolutely safe to make love in the first trimester in a normal pregnancy, your gynaecologist may advise you to not have sex if you
have a history or threat of miscarriage
have vaginal bleeding or spotting
have abdominal pain or cramps
have a history of cervical weakness
are pregnant with twins or multiple babies
have a low-lying placenta (placenta praevia)
The best way to enjoy making love all through pregnancy is to avoid deep and vigorous penetration and indulge in gentle lovemaking.
And having sex cannot harm your baby. As your baby stays cushioned and safe in the amniotic fluid. Also, the cervix is closed and has a mucus plug, which makes it impassable.
Your husband will not be able to go deep enough to reach your baby.orgasms can trigger uterine contractions, these do not cause any harmTcare
Question: Is it safe to have intercourse during third month?
Answer: If your pregnancy is normal sex is totally safe throughout the 9 months of pregnancy. However if you have a history of cervical weakness or bleeding please do consult your Doctor.
Question: Is walnut safe to eat during third trimester of pregnancy
Answer: Hi. Youbcan sure have walnuts during pregnancy as it contains lot of nutrition.
Walnuts are a rich source of Omega 3 fatty acids, which are necessary for the baby’s brain activity.
Walnuts contain vitamin E in the form of gamma-tocopherol. The gamma-tocopherol form is considered to be a very effective form of vitamin E due to its unique antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
It is an excellent source of alpha-linolenic acid – an essential fatty acid required for the baby’s development.