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Is it safe to have intercourse during pregnancy with or with out condom ?

Hi, I am 25 yrs of age and my wife is 22, we both are slim and healthy, my wife is pregnant of about 7 weeks and 2 days, yesterday we had intercourse after 3 days without condom, just after intercourse my wife was having a bleeding in very small quantity and then I reached to a registered gynaec and the doc suggested to use naturogest 200 mg (vaginal insertion-daily once at night)for 30 days. Now I want to know that, for what these capsules are used and can we have intercourse during pregnancy (with or without condom) and specially while using these capsules. Pls guide me as this is our first child..Thanx..
Asked On : Sun, 28 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for query,
You continue naturogest passieries. It is progesteron preparation helping preventing miscarriage.
Now for few days do not go for sex.
Afterward also do with great care avoiding pressure on abdomen.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sun, 28 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
hi,thanks for query.You can have intercourse during the pregnancy but you need to take some care.Naturogest is a hormone and given in cases where its deficiency is expected and doctor thinks that there is risk of abortion.The bleeding may or may not be because of intercourse.Please avoid this intercourse for some time now.Normally during initial months of pregnancy and near term you need to avoid it.After about 3 months you can do it by taking care to avoid pressure on her abdomen.
wishing you good health and all the best to parents to be.
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