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Can i sex in pregnancy
Can I intercourse in start pregnancy please suggest me and what a precaution in use sex in pregnancy
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Hello dear user you should avoid preg in first 3months up-to 12weeks as till 12weeks foetus is attached to uterine wall. is not s firm  and after sex there can be chances of abortion  .you should also avoid constipation  and you should not hold urine for long period and pass urine frequently  to avoid pressure over uterus.
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You should not do intercourse in early pregnancy.Chances of bleeding.After 14 weeks of pregnancy it is safe and you can do.Till 32 weeks of pregnancy no problem again after that problem.
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Avoid intercourse
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