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i was jsut wondering wehn you have sex whne you are pregent. and your partner ejaculates in side you can that do any thing
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Well, it can't get you doubly pregnant, if that's what you're wondering .

But - like unprotected intercourse at any time - it can potentially transmit any STDs either of you may be carrying. However, I'd hope that the two of you got screened before or a.s.a.p. after you found out about the pregnancy.

Apart from that factor, sex during pregnancy is safe unless your doctor or healthcare provider advises otherwise (which s/he may do if your pregnancy is considered high-risk).

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