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Is it harmful to use staircase during pregnancy ?

Hi, My periods for this month has delayed for 7 days. I have not done any urine test still. My house is in 2nd floor and there is no lift. Also I travel nearly 1.30 hrs to office by bus and share auto. Does climbing stairs, travelling will have bad effect if I m pregnant? Also is having sex advisable at this time?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Mar 2011
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thanks for choosing health care magic.You should go for pregnancy test at the earliest.In initial days of pregnancy you should avoid heavy physical strain.First of all go to a gynecologist for check up and if everything is fine you can continue routine.Sex during first and last trimester should be done with caution.Take care to avoid pressure on abdomen.In some cases over excitement can lead to contraction of uterus and problems so take care.
Answered: Tue, 15 Mar 2011
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