14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Sex during pregnancy

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Answer: It's advisable not to do sex up to 3month of pregnancy during your second trimester u can do.but it should be comfortable enough
Answer: Hello! Sex during pregnancy is safe provided you don't have any complications or your doctor has refrained you from it.
Answer: Now you're in your second trimester and it is the safest time to get cosy, go for it 👍
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