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Safe Sex Pregnant
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
YES: Sex is ok in pregnancy as long as there are no complications of the pregnancy (e.g. Previa, bleeding, pre-term labor.....). Another consideration: is the relationship monogamous? --if not then there are risks to you and baby (you must avoid contracting herpes, hiv, syphilis etc..). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Still bleeding after m/c 26 days(blighted ovum)can i hav sex? Safe to get pregnant while bleeding?can i get pregnet while bleeding
Miscarriage: If you are still bleeding 26 days after a miscarriage, you need to be evaluated by your doctor. The miscarriage may not have been complete. ...Read more
One heavy and two slightly lighter periods after taking plan b. I have slight bloating and gases after safe sex yesterday. Negative test. Pregnant?
Here are some ...: Known to us, no contraceptives can offer 100% guaranty. But, nowadays, the easily available and highly accurate HPT has brought much blessing to all sexually active females. So, do HPT in a wk after missing the expected period and repeat it in a wk if the 1st test is (-) & still in doubt. More? Seek pro-evaluation and counseling timely. ...Read more
Hi i want to. Have sex with my boyfriend.What are some safe sex in. Good description.I am pregnet I do not want to hurt my baby.I need to pee alot?
See answer: Practicing safe sex during pregnancy is encouraged and one of the early responsibilities of being a mother. Would encourage you to check out the following two links for some further good information and guidelines: http://www.Ivillage.Com/safe-sex-during-pregnancy-10-things-you-need-know/6-a-144557 and http://www.Dominicantoday.Com/dr/opinion/2013/10/1/49135/is-sex-safe-during-pregnancy. ...Read more
Always: Safe sex is the wisest choice when any encounter with a person that is not completely known to the other partner is undertaken. Safe sex can prevent disease and pregnancy. Always have a condom with you for use unless you are in a committed relationship with a trustworthy partner. ...Read more
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Safe sex: As long as no ejaculate gets near the vagina. It only takes one good swimmer. The sperm can be transferred on fingers or get inside if placed on the outer vaginal lips. Be careful. With regard to STIs, herpes and papilloma virus can both be transferred on fingers and with rubbing of genitals. ...Read more
Sideways from rear: Is safest. Male lying under partner with female on top either facing each other or female's back toward partner are both also safe positions. Male sitting underneath on a chair with female either facing him, or both facing forward works for some couples. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Below: For the most part, yes, oral sex is safe. Licking is fine, but blowing into your genital area is a no-no. Forcing or blowing air into the vagina could cause an air embolism (a bubble of air that gets into your blood circulation). This rarely happens, but it can be life-threatening for you or the baby. It's also not safe for your partner to give you oral sex during pregnancy if he has an active outbreak of oral herpes or feels one coming on. And during the third trimester, if your partner has ever had oral herpes, he should avoid giving you oral sex altogether, whether or not he has symptoms. If you're not sure what your partner's HIV status is, use a dental dam (a sheet of latex that you place between your genitals and your partner's mouth). There's some evidence suggesting that a person may be able to transmit HIV through microabrasions or tiny cuts in his mouth ...Read more
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