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I am five weeks pregnant, is it safe to have sex also frequently am have pelivic pain?

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David Escobar
Family Medicine
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In brief: Yes

It is safe if done with your monogamous partner/spouse and if there are no pregnancy complications.
As long as it is comfortable enough for both partners, you can have sex throughout your pregnancy. Having intercourse and orgasms in your third trimester may help prepare the birth canal and cervix for a vaginal birth. It is also important psychologically for you both. Pelvic pain? See your doctor.

In brief: Yes

It is safe if done with your monogamous partner/spouse and if there are no pregnancy complications.
As long as it is comfortable enough for both partners, you can have sex throughout your pregnancy. Having intercourse and orgasms in your third trimester may help prepare the birth canal and cervix for a vaginal birth. It is also important psychologically for you both. Pelvic pain? See your doctor.
David Escobar
David Escobar
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology

In brief: Ok

Pregnancy by itself is not a contraindication to sex.
You should see your doctor for the pelvic pain to determine the cause and determine treatment.

In brief: Ok

Pregnancy by itself is not a contraindication to sex.
You should see your doctor for the pelvic pain to determine the cause and determine treatment.
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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