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im pregnant but i had sex yesterday and he came in me is that bad

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It is okay to have sex when you are pregnant.

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It is not harmful. I didn't stop sex all through my two pregnancies until the labor started! lol  As long as you are not having any trouble of any kind, I would not worry about it. Congrats!

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Nothing harm; without pressing abdomen , sexual intercourse you may have. It is my personal experience. Even you may have it up to the last night of the delivery. Nothing will happen.

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