I was just wondering if it is safe o have sex after I have already lost my mucus plug? And if so is it alright if my boyfriend cums inside or would that cause a infection? Confused
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replied February 3rd, 2007
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sexymomma wrote:
i was just wondering if it is safe o have sex after I have already lost my mucus plug? And if so is it alright if my boyfriend cums inside or would that cause a infection? Confused

obviously?, are you trying to get pregnant? Him cumming inside you would be the best reason to get pregnant...
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replied February 3rd, 2007
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I don't know about him cuming inside of you after you loose yor mucus plug. But to be on the safe side maybe not.....
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replied February 3rd, 2007
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Ahh no actually I am already pregnant and am due on thusrsday and btw a mucus plug is something that a pregnant woman loses Wink
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replied February 3rd, 2007
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sunflower_pie81 wrote:
i don't know about him cuming inside of you after you loose yor mucus plug. But to be on the safe side maybe not.....



ya thats what I thought but I wasn't sure Smile thanks
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replied February 3rd, 2007
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sexymomma wrote:
ahh no actually I am already pregnant and am due on thusrsday and btw a mucus plug is something that a pregnant woman loses Wink

oh!....? I get it?... I remember! I can comprehen what you mean... Sorry? Cool
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replied February 5th, 2007
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My doctor said that sex is perfectly fine during any part of your pregnancy. Just sow down with the wild rough monkey sex. Lol =]
sex is actually good for you soo they say it speads up labor. Well not exactly the sex but the climatic moment contracts your cervix and helps..
But yea we aren't doctors here so if your still uneasy about it then ask your doctor about it.
I'm pretty sure it won't do any harm.
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