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i m 8 weeks pregnant is it safe to have sex

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2 years ago

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2 years ago
Of course it is safe to have sex, healthy even!
2 years ago
yes its safe
2 years ago
It is completely safe to be having sex at 8 wks. In fact most women have sex for just a darn bout the entire pregnancy. But that is only if there are no problems happening. But as long as you feel ok go for it! Enjoy it while you can as much as you want cuz once the baby comes there will be no sex for at least a month & a half!
2 years ago
as long as its comfortable for you yes perfectly safe
2 years ago
It is safe, but I did have some bleeding at about 8 weeks caused from having sex. So just be careful. But yes it is safe.
2 years ago
It is safe, but I did have some bleeding at about 8 weeks caused from having sex. So just be careful. But yes it is safe.
2 years ago
of course it's safe! why in the hell would it not be? i mean, c'mon. what kind of question is that? go nuts and get your f*** on if that's what makes you happy.
2 years ago
lol pinkpaisley8709 i agree
2 years ago
The question is legit even as silly as it may sound. Many people to believe that sex can harm the baby until they are told that it's ok and safe. Yes you can have sex up and during labour even, as long as your water as not broke, and that you are comfortable. And it's so true after delivery there will be no sex for the first 4 weeks as least. As your doctor may even tell you that too.
2 years ago
mommaduck,it's 6 weeks post-labor, not 4.

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