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im in 4th month of pregnancy, can we have sex during pregnancy

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It is perfectly fine to have sex during pregnancy...unless your doctor tells you other wise. Unless you are a high risk pregnancy or your doctor restricts it you can have sex through your entire pregnancy.
yes its perfectly fine to have sex im 6 months pregnant with my first baby,im only 21 so i asked my doctor alot of questions he said its fine just do what feels comfortable for you.
It's okay to have sex unless it's too painful for you.  Make sure you ask your doctor if you are in pain.  I went to a sex during pregnancy class and the instructor told me and my fiance that this is the time to really slow down during sex and enjoy making love in a whole new way!
perfectly safe for you and baby, unless you are considered a high risk pregnancy, which your doctor would have told you by now.  sex is safe all the way until you are due (if you still feel comfortable). have fun!
Oh yes you're good to have sex unless you're a "high-risk pregnancy" (which your doctor will tell you! I'm at 34 weeks right now and we're still going strong ;) no worries, at 4 months you're fine!
its a safe thing to have sex during your pregnancy unless you're a high risk pregnancy,there no need to long as you are comfortable both of your partner and it can make your relationship more stronger. you may enjoy that thing!

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