Answer: It is safe to have sex but I would recommend you to get your sonography done between 6th-8th week whichever suits you best.
With this first ultrasonography it will be evident that your placental position is absolutely fine and your foetus is growing well with heartbeat.
Sex is usually contraindicated and not advised in low lying placenta/ threatened miscarriage /short cervix/cyst or hematoma.
Do not worry just get your first ultrasound done and if everything is fine,you may start having sex.
Answer: Hello, you should avoid during early pregnancy because that force can't handle by your fetus, or you can consult to your doctor. Take care.
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Answer: Sex during pregnancy may not be safe for women with a history of repeated miscarriages, preterm labor, bleeding, or an incompetent cervix (a condition in which the cervix effaces and dilates without contractions in the second or early thirdtrimester, when the baby's weight puts increasing pressure on it).
Yes, if you're having a healthy, normal pregnancy, sex is safe – although as your third trimester progresses and you get bigger, you may have to be creative about your positioning during sex to avoid discomfort.
Question: Can we go for sex in 8th month of pregnancy?
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 the mucus plug which seals your cervix and helps guard against infections.
Question: can we use lubes while having sex in early pregnancy..
Answer: Yes, it's safe. Your cervix is tightly closed, so there's no danger of the lubricant reaching your baby. You may find that you don't even need lubricant while you're pregnant because the extra vaginal discharge typically keeps you pretty moist.