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Expert advice for one mom-to-be who worries about vaginal bleeding after sex and the potential risk for miscarriage. I'm four months pregnant and had some spotty bleeding after the last time my husband and I had sex. My friends say this sometimes happens, but I'm terrified of miscarriage. Is it really safe to keep making love?
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I'm pregnant. Should I worry if I’m bleeding after sex?
Bleeding After Sex During Pregnancy
Back to Common symptoms in pregnancy. If you're well, it's really important you go to all your appointments and scans for the health of you and your baby. If you get symptoms of coronavirus, or you're unwell with something other than coronavirus, speak to your midwife or maternity team. They will advise you what to do.
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Can Sex in the First Trimester Cause Miscarriage? Early Pregnancy Sex Questions
Hello, second-trimester raging hormones! While you may need to experiment with new positions, especially as your belly grows, in general, not a whole lot should change from your pre-pregnancy bedroom sessions. That said, you may experience some new side effects such as vaginal spotting or bleeding after having sex.
In many ways, the first trimester of pregnancy is the worst. The muscles surrounding your uterus as well as the amniotic fluid inside it help protect your baby during sex, and the mucus plug at the opening of your cervix prevents germs from passing through. About one half of miscarriages happen because of chromosomal abnormalities that develop during fertilization of the embryo — something that has nothing to do with anything you did. Many causes are unknown.