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Does precum always contain sperm or just when some sperm left after previous ejaculations? I pulled out on time, no sex before, wife pregnant.
Here are some...: Nowadays, always do HPT in a week after missing expected period and repeat it in another week if the first HPT is (-) & still in doubt, because there has been no known contraceptive with 100% guaranty but absolute abstinence. Besides, it is useful to uplift the diligence & vigilance of safe sex through timely professional evaluation and counseling. Read more
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
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At what month during pregnancy can a husband start having sex with his pregnant wife ater the first trimester?
Do nothing for now..:
How many months of pregnancy does your wife has now? The sensitive time of any medication which may affect fetal formation is the first trimester, that is, about the first 3 months. However, in reality, one-time use as described is very unlikely to have significant effect on the fetus. So, don't reuse with no worry then.
And are you circumcised? If not, just keep it clean and dry as usual. Read more
Depends.: If your wife feels like it and her obstetrician has not forbidden it, then yes. Remember to avoid orogenital and anogenital contact in pregnancy to avoid serious complications. Safe sexual practices are advisable - no rough sex, no promiscuity. Contraindications to sexual intercourse during pregnancy: placenta/vasa previa, ruptured membranes, short cervix with or without cervical incompetence. Read more
Carefully, yes: The baby is well protected, but this isn't the time to experiment with exotic positions, or anal intercourse. Check with your wife about how she is feeling, and let her pick the time, positions and place for comfort. By the way, if she is bleeding vaginally or ruptured her membranes, absolutely not. Read more
Geting pregnant: It can take longer than 3 months perfectly normally. Have sex 2-3 times weekly. If not pregnant within 6 months, get the opinion of a doctor to be sure that either you or your wife don't have something going on slowing the process down. If everything seems normal on history and exam, we usually wait 1 year of trying before running fertility tests. Read more
Is there is really a way to ensure that your wife, if get pregnant to have baby boy? Without medication, just normal sex!
Sex determination: None what so ever. You run a 50-50 chance of having a boy. Read more
My wife is pregnant of 6 months and 3 days. Now can I continue sex with her or any problem? From when it is risky to do sex with her?
Hello im going to see my wife in my vacation for a month. So is there any way to make sure I can make her pregnant. How often I have to sex and all. Any advices can I get to make her pregnant easily?
Please resubmit: I'm sorry, but I don't understand your question. Please rewrite it and submit. What do you mean by pried? And what is your question? Thanks. Read more
Yes: Couples can remain sexually active. My advice remains same whether pregnant or not - positions that don't cause pain. Congratulations. Read more
With my wife during pregnancy at 4 weeks? But we already did sex. I'm too worrying if something bad.? .thanks!
We already did sex during my wife is 4 weeks of pregnant. She didn't get any pain or bleeding. If is it normal for sex during pregnant? Thanks!
Yes: It is normal to remain sexually active during pregnancy unless there are pregnancy complications and you are advised not to by your doctor. All the best. Read more
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I haven't had sex with my wife since she found out she was pregnant 6 weeks ago. She never wants it now. Is this normal?
Not unusual: Many women do not feel well during the first weeks of pregnancy. There can be nausea and vomiting, as well as fatigue because of the energy demands of the developing baby. Discussing your concerns (and frustrations) with her is a good start. She can also let you know what's going on with her to make her less receptive to sex. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer