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Till what month can I have sex after pregnancy ?

hai sir! i had a doubt, my wife has confirmed her pregnancy last 10 days above . i have a doubt that even confirmed her pregnancy can we participate in sex regularly . there will any problem? upto which extent(month) we can participate in sex regularly i.e twice a day
Asked On : Fri, 28 Jan 2011
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First of all congratulation and welcome to parenthood.First get your wife examined by a gynecologist and see that everything is ok.Usually if there is no problem you can have relations during pregnancy ,try to use different positions which does not pressure on abdomen.try to be less intensive,in most of the cases sex should be restricted in initial months and last months .In some case too much aggression during act can trigger contractions of uterus so watch for it.
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