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Up to what time before pregnancy is it safe to have sex while trying to conceive ?

Hi my name is nikita I am trying to conceive baby I had miscarriage last year Now we r trying again. Suppose on my ovulation day i get fertilize and that i dont know than is it safe to do sex between conception time and implantation time or after implantation. Will it injured baby? And generally upto what time before preganancy i can do intercourse while trying to conceive. Waiting 4 promp reply
Asked On : Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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Hi Nitika
Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

Having intercourse around the days of ovulation leads to good results of pregnancy.Having sex in these days will not affect the embryo or baby.The chances of pregnancy increase when you have sex 2- 3 days around the day of ovulation.
Take proper precautions to avoid further miscarriages .
Take care and Good Luck.
Answered: Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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