x3Paradisex3 answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 12:29 pm: Of course you can! In the early months of pregnancy you can have sex because you are not too big. the best time to have sex is when youre pregnant because you cannot get pregnant while you already are.
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VBabi13 answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 11:45 am: Hey! Yea u can have sex when your pregnant! but only if u feel comfortable, so if do then go for it, if not, stop, because of the babi!hope i helped. if u have any otha ? then stopp by my inbox! take care
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alisonmarie answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 8:06 am: If you are experiencing a normal, healthy pregnancy, then chances are your doctor would say you could have sex all throughout your term. Sex, if done gently, will not hurt you or the baby.
lilmsattitude answered Wednesday August 11 2004, 12:02 am: It depends. Has your o/b ok'd it? Semen has a component that can cause your cervix to dilate, and if you are far enough along in your pregnancy, or if your cervix isn't up to the job, you can go into labor. If you are not having any health issues, and your doc says OK, then go for it. You may find different positions to be more comfortable, top is best. Doggie is ok, but your partner can penetrate too deep for comfort in this position. [ lilmsattitude's advice column | Ask lilmsattitude A Question ]
FernGully answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 6:57 pm: Yes, you can. And apparently, in the second trimester, its supposedly extremely good sex too. Not that it matters. Ok it does. I would, however, think that gentle is better in this situation. [ FernGully's advice column | Ask FernGully A Question ]
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