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Question: sex in 6th month is safe or not?

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Answer: Hello dear pregnant women often don't want to have sex because they think that it may harm the baby inside the uterus, but sex is a normal part of pregnancy. yes, it is safe to have sex any time in pregnancy until you are not having complications like unusual cramping or bleeding or if your doctor has put you on bed rest.However, sex should be avoided if: You have a history of premature birth or labor or miscarriage. You experience unexplained vaginal bleeding or discharge. You have placenta previa, or a very low-lying placenta.
Answer: Hello. It is very unsafe to have sex or masturbate. Due to many harmones ur immunity level will be low. fingering could cause infection in ur vagina or cervix. in ur first or last last trimester of pregnancy as it could cause bleeding cramping and discharge as the vaginal muscle may rupture pls dont engage in sex it might lead to complications and preterm labour due to the muscle being stimulated. Second trimester is safe to have sex. But try position suitable positions.
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