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.
Answer: Yes, if you've had a healthy pregnancy, there's no reason why you and your partner can't have a full and satisfying sex life.
Rest assured, having sex cannot harm your baby. During intercourse 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 penetrate deep enough to reach your baby. And although orgasms can trigger uterine contractions, these do not cause any harm and are different from contractions during labour.
However, your gynaecologist may advise you to not have sex if you:
have a history or threat of miscarriage.
have unexplained 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 or placenta pervia.