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Risks of having sexual intercourse during pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello
User :   would like to talk to Gynaecologist
Doctor :   Hello
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   my wife is pregnent
User :   during the initial stage
Doctor :   ok
User :   i mean 2nd month now
Doctor :   ok
User :   she is scred to have sex now
User :   by saying it will effect the baby?anything in that?
Doctor :   well if there are no Pregnancy related issues like low lying placenta
User :   have sex during the initial stage will create any problem?
Doctor :   then there is nothing to worry about since there shall not be any thing to worry about
Doctor :   It would be betterif avoided initially
User :   initail means how long?
Doctor :   since the new mothers find it hard to get accustomed to the varying Hormonal levels
Doctor :   for the first 2.5-3 months
User :   Any advise for her?
User :   regarding food
Doctor :   Iron rich foods shall help
User :   what are those foods?
Doctor :   and also lots of Vitamins and the Fresh vegetables
Doctor :   Liver, eggs, fish, chicken, whole grains, green vegetables and dried fruits
Doctor :   Hello Are you back ?
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