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When should I avoid having sex during pregnancy?

Your health care provider can dishearten sex during pregnancy for several reasons. These reasons include whether you're nearing the end of your pregnancy, having twins, early labour, having complications like vaginal bleeding or leaking amniotic fluid, if your placenta is partly or completely covering your cerival opening or if your cervix undergo contractions prematurely. Additionally, if you have any history of premature birth, sex should be avoided during pregnancy.

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