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Is It Ok To Have Sex
Couples often worry about having sex during pregnancy. They may be afraid that having sex could cause a miscarriage or harm the baby. It is best to talk to your doctor or nurse midwife about your specific situation to make sure you are considered at low risk for complications such a ...Read more
Yes: It is safe to have sex throughout pregnancy unless you have been diagnosed with certain complications of pregnancy. Placenta previa or preterm labor would be examples where your doctor would tell you to avoid intercourse. This question has been asked many times here so you can read the other answers for more information also. ...Read more
Inches?: Well, if you're concerned about size, try to relax. There will be potential lovers who'd hold it against you but some find fault for being too large! - so you'll move on to those who don't complain. Also learn various additional ways to delight a lover. Fingers, lips, tongue and even clean safe objects give lots of pleasure. Read up on ideas and talk w/ your lover about it. Don't focus on size. ...Read more
Bacterial vaginosis: Your BV should be treated, probably with metronidazole. Until then, it would be best to avoid sex or to use condoms consistently. BV often persists or is harder to cure with continued sex. Also, you and your partner should be tested for STDs like gonorrhea and chlamydia, which are more common in people with BV. ...Read more
Hmmmm. . .: Hopefully "long q syndrome" does not completely describe your potential sex partner. :-) I'm guessing that you might mean "long qt syndrome, " and that you've been diagnosed with this. Your own doctor is your best resource for specific treatments and recommendations for you, but sexual intercourse has not been found to increase risk in long qt syndrome. Http://tinyurl. Com/mf8amwv. ...Read more
6-8 weeks: After birth the cervix leading to the uterus is open and infection is more likely. Infection during this time can be devastating as well. I recommend no penetrative intercourse (no toys, no anal intercourse, no vaginal intercourse) until you are seen by your doctor usuaully at 6 weeks. They may advise you to wait a week or two. ...Read more
No contraindication: If ready and no discomfort, go for it. ...Read more
Post Cryotherapy: Yes. Of course. Pain would be the only limitation. ...Read more
Yes: However certain positions may make pain worse. Typically herniated disks are worse with position in which your spine is flexed. ...Read more
Yes: You will come into contact with the fungus causing the jock itch, just as you would if you shared a bathroom floor with someone who had athlete's foot. However, that kind of fungus is very common anyway, and coming into contact with it doesn't mean you'll get an infection from it. If you do, it's easy enough to treat. ...Read more
Ob's instructions?: Most ob's advise a 6 week delay to allow the internal structures to properly heal after a routine delivery. A more complex delivery might have other cautions. ...Read more
Yes: We generally discourage couples from having intercourse after transfer. Although other docs may have a different opinion, most of us see no problem. ...Read more
Sex: Surely do not know where this question comes from. But, sexual activity cannot change anatomy. Of course it is okay to be sexual when you want. ...Read more
24 hrs it has been I took plan b. Is it ok to have sex or have to wait 5 days? Please help thank you
After having tour rubes tie when is it OK to have sex. It's been a week and it's been 3 months since the birth of my child?
The typical "safe": Period after tubal ligation is after 1 month when your surgical sites have completed healed/ scarred and there is lowest chance that the ligation has failed. Any time sooner than that you can still have sex, just need to have a condom for your partner to make sure things don't get through. ...Read more
Is it ok to have sex with my husband while the baby is in the same room? She is 8 months old. If yes, wheb should we stop? Thank you.
Depends on: How soundly your baby sleeps and your sexual practices. If your baby is a light sleeper, your noises and actions could be frightening, and it would be a good idea to have your baby in a different room. Even infants that have been sound sleepers often start having more wakeful periods around 9 months and you may find it more difficult to make the transition to their own room after that time. ...Read more
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