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.
Answer: Hello dear... No,it is not safe,You can have intercourse after first trimester,if you notice any bleeding or pain,after intercourse please consult doctor,it is better to get their attention
Answer: Avoid atleast for 3 month .. to prevent miscarriage
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Question: my wife is 8 week pregnant, can we have sex?
Answer: Unless your health care provider advises you otherwise, sex during pregnancy is safe for both you and your baby. The baby is protected by the amniotic fluid in the womb, by your abdomen, and by themucus plug which seals your cervix and helps guard against infections.
Question: My wife is 7 months pregnant . Can we have sex and which position shall we use
Answer: Congratulations for your pregnancy.
Sex during pregnancy may not be safe for women with a history of repeated miscarriages, preterm labor, bleeding, or an incompetent cervix or you have cramps or pain in abdomen or you feel any discomfort after sex . If you dont have the above conditions you can have sex. U can opt for the position where u will not get stress in ur wife tummy
Question: My wife is 7 month pregnant can we have sex now
Answer: Hello dear. Yes intercourse is allowed. A baby isn't hurt when a pregnant woman and her partner intercourse. 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. Take care.
Question: My wife is 7 month pregnant. Can we have sex now ? Or is it still risky ?
Answer: Hello dear. Yes intercourse is allowed. A baby isn't hurt when a pregnant woman and her partner intercourse. 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.