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    NOT HAVING SEX AT 25WEEKS
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    Biooh posted:
    since i got pregnant, i have never had sex again till now, am 25 weeks, my question is wil i not av any side effect on me or the baby and can i av the baby through normal delivery cos i dont want c-s! what r the possible options for me, thanks
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    missmetalovee responded:
    having sex during pregnancy is perfectly fine, as long as you are not a high-risk for preterm labor, with a short cervix e.t.c, having sex has no affect on your baby whatsoever, thanks to the cervix it's completely safe in his own spot so you have nothing to worry about! it's actually said that for the first time ever women orgasm because of the changes the body has made during pregnancy, so hey, you might actually find it more enjoyable now than ever! so i wouldn't worry about it.. only possible side effect and it's not for everyone but you may be spotting afterwards, but from what i have heard it is perfectly normal, and doesn't mean something is wrong.


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