Sex and Pregnancy

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Can I have sex while I'm pregnant?

Sex and Pregnancy

Some women are worried about having sex during pregnancy. These are common worries, but often they are also unfounded. Unless you have had complications in your pregnancy, such as an increased risk or repeated occurrence of miscarriage, having sex with your partner is perfectly safe and quite normal. You may also discover that certain areas of your body are more sensitive, making sex even more enjoyable. Your added voluptuousness can make you feel more attractive, too. As you enter into your second and third trimester, it may be time to try new positions which can also enhance your time together.

   

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6/29/2006 2:29:17 PM
Kristi Palma said:

Experts tell women diagnosed with placenta previa not to have sex. Placenta previa is when the placenta lies close to the cervix or covers the cervix. It happens in about one in every 170 pregnancies.




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