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Question: Sex position during pregnancy

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Answer: Hi ,you can have sex in such a position so that you don't get abdomen or back pain .you should not exert more pressure on your tummy
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Question: Sex position during pregnancy
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy as per the records shown here you are in your first trimester and it is not advisable to have sex now as it is very sensitive period if you have crossed first trimester and your pregnancy is not complicated you can have sex try side position as it doesn't put pressure on babies bump using condoms is also very important good luck
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Question: Sex position during pregnancy
Answer: Hi dear, Sex during pregnancy is quite safe provided you have no pregnancy related complications.tou need to be comfortable and try poses that are easy on you.donot experiment with various sex postures.missionary and women on top are easy and safe.husband must use condome as precaution,to aviod getting any infection.
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Question: Please advise safe sex position during pregnancy.
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. Any position would be fine that you are comfortable with. 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. Hope this information was helpful.
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Question: which sex position is safe during pregnancy.
Answer: Hii. Your normal positions may become uncomfortable as your belly starts to interfere, and it may become awkward. You have to try other positions that are comfortable. Here are some alternative sex positions to try while you're pregnant: You need to get the comfortable position for sex as regular position can makes u uncomfortable.  While you straddle him, let your partner sit on a chair.To keep the weight off of your stomach, let your partner lie on his back while you straddle. You can also control penetration and pace in this position.To avoid deep penetration, lie on your side and let your partner lie behind you.With your feet and legs bent, lie on edge of the bed. Tell your partner to stand or kneel between your legs. After the first trimester, use a pillow under one side; don't lie flat on your back.
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