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My boy friend and me have been together for 3 years and i am now pregnant 6 months in, we dont have sex often during my pregnancy but when we do afterwards im really sore and swollen. its really painful to walk and go pee for about 3 hours after sex, after a while i am a bit better but im worried is that normal?


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replied March 25th, 2012
Sexual Health - Women Answer A33203
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

If the pregnancy is normal and without any complications then usually it is safe to have intercourse during pregnancy till the time you are comfortable.
But if you are having soreness and difficulty in passing urine and walking then kindly avoid having intercourse.It can also be due to rough act or mild infection.

Kindly consider visiting your treating Gynaecologist for clinical examination and well being of both baby and you and if she gives affirmation then only have intercourse.

Avoid missionary position and it is better to have contact in other positions which you are comfortable with.
Take care!


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