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    Default Sex while pregnant

    Hi there, I have perigestational hemorrhage and am 10 weeks pregnant. Is sex still safe?

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    I wouldn't be having sex...

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    I wouldn't.

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    Would be a no go for me

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    Default Sex while pregnant

    I had the same and I'm waiting till my appointment with my OB on Monday and getting the right advice....we have tried but I find I'm worrying too much to enjoy it anyway.

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    definately a question for your ob/gp.

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    Default Sex while pregnant

    My OB didn't talk about this issue during my consultation.

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    In my opinion I would personally avoid having sex at least until you get the all clear from your OB that the hemorrage is cleared up. I currrently am 5.6 weeks and have a subchronic hemorrage and I was advised not to heavy lift, stress or have sex.

    Hope this helps and goodluck with everything :-)

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    Default Sex while pregnant

    I had a perigestational bleed at 6 weeks and was told to abstain. Was given the all clear to be intimate again at 9 weeks when scan showed it had been absorbed.

    I would not be having sex, you can be risking miscarriage


 

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