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Can someone pregnant still have sex? Is it safe for both mother and baby? How many months into the pregnancy that sexual intercourse should stop altogether? What about fingering?


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Are you pregnant or is your partner? If so, have you or they started your pre-natal care?

That's not only important for everyone's health, it's a great place to ask all of these kinds of questions.

In general, all kinds of sex during pregnancy is fine throughout pregnancy so long as the pregnant person feels up to it and they feel comfortable. In some cases, and with certain conditions during pregnancy, doctors will advise against it, though, so again, this is why someone's OB/GYN is the best person to ask.

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