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    Sex in Pregnancy
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    azars posted:
    Hi All, i am married man. my wife is pregnant and now its her 2nd Trimester. i want to ask for how long in her pregnancy we may go sex drive. or when we must stop having sex.
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    tokenicole responded:
    that's between you and her. But if there is no medical reason not to sex is perfectly fine until the baby comes
     
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    azars replied to tokenicole's response:
    so many thanks for suggestion, but if we have sex, would it be bad for baby health ???
     
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    tlkittycat1968 replied to azars's response:
    No, it will not be bad for the baby's health if you have sex. There are women who have had sex up until the day before their baby was born.


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