9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: what type of risk is occure during this tym when intercourse

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Answer: don't do intercourse...it can lead to miscarriage...avoid intercourse in first trimester
Answer: itz risky,may be bleeding
Answer: it's very risky.pls avoid
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