17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My wife is 16weeks pregnant now. Everything is Normal. When can we have sex? Is it safe to sex in 2nd trimester?

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Answer: sex during pregnancy is extremely safe for most women with uncomplicated, low-risk pregnancies,”Sex during pregnancy may not be safe for women with a history of repeated miscarriages, preterm labor, bleeding, or an incompetent cervix (a condition in which the cervix effaces and dilates without contractions,If there are not any contraindications, your wife can have intercourse throughout her whole pregnancy.
Answer: Hello... You can have intercourse after first trimester,if you have any pain or bleeding after intercourse, please consult gynaecologist,it is better to get their attention..
Answer: Hi.. yes sex can be done in 2nd trimester.. but only the lady is comfortable and feels the same.. it is said end of 4th month the sex drive gets on
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