is it safe to have sex during pregnancy both physically and religiously

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Jodi - posted on 04/12/2014

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The sperm does NOT get to the baby. A baby is enclosed in an amniotic sac in the uterus.

Michelle - posted on 04/12/2014

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I think you need to learn a bit more about the human body if you are asking a question like this.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 04/20/2014

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~Closing this troll of a thread~

Not only is he asking a ridiculous question, now he is trying to have affairs with women on this site.

~WtCoM MoD LiTtLe MiSs~

Gena - posted on 04/20/2014

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I hope your wife finds out and kicks you in the backside.Men like you are just PIGS in my eyes.Polygamy is something totaly different then having an affair.

Liz - posted on 04/20/2014

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You did not say polygamy. You said 'extramarital affair'. Polygamy and the practice of taking multiple wives if allowable by religion AND civil law in the country in which you reside is a very different proposition to an extramarital affair while your wife is pregnant. You should know that a woman is VERY vulnerable during such a time and would feel rejected by your seeking another woman for any reason at all.

I do not consider this to be a 'very good moral' question at such a time.

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Alok - posted on 04/20/2014

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No no I am not going to cheat anybody I can never do that I had my hero in my feelings it will never allow me to do any wrong act I was taking her so much care and it nothing to do with that the matter from where it started it reached to a different scenario now I understand how actual things converts into gossip but its not regrettable but in actual its helping everybody to flourish their thoughts

Alok - posted on 04/20/2014

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Yes you are not my life lol anyway leave that matter here but believe I am very good moral personn and my religion allows polygamy and even there are examples of one wife of 5 brothers who were great warriors and moral person likable by god

Liz - posted on 04/19/2014

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Why on earth would you care to ask your original question if you are then going to contemplate an affair? You make yourself sound either stupid or selfish, quite frankly. Either which way, your wife deserves better.

Michelle - posted on 04/19/2014

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You're not hurting me ether because I'm not your wife.
My husband wouldn't dream of joining a women's forum and asking these questions either.
I just feel sorry for your wife, she probably has no clue as to what you are up to on the computer. She deserves someone so much better than you.

Jodi - posted on 04/19/2014

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Oh, you're not hurting me. I have a husband who would not ever need to ask about other women. But you should question how much these questions would hurt your wife if she knew.

Alok - posted on 04/19/2014

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Sorry hurting you, but you can't imagine how good I am, I am very much moral and expect people to be like that sorry friend again I didn't want to hurt anybody

Jodi - posted on 04/19/2014

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You shouldn't even need to ask that type of question. Honestly, what sort of moral values were you raised with. Your wife is having your BABY. WTF do you think?

Alok - posted on 04/19/2014

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Don't get annoy friend I am just asking I am not like that type of person I just take views than derive conclusion, you all are helping me god bless you all, 2nd if a woman does that I think they most of them will do if they find a better partner in terms of money physic am I right, if they get freedom to do, will they do, that I know anybody will repent later on, are most of the women good or bad

Jodi - posted on 04/19/2014

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Does your WIFE know you have to ask this question? Perhaps you should ask her if it is ok. If you feel it is not okay to ask your wife about this, then clearly you know it is wrong. What sort of family man are you?

Michelle - posted on 04/19/2014

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I am not your friend!
You come onto a Mother's forum and then ask if it's ok to have an affair while your wife is pregnant. Go away!!!!

Michelle - posted on 04/19/2014

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Well my ex husband had an affair while I was pregnant! That's why he's my EX!!!!!

You seriously have to ask this. I hope your wife finds out and divorces you quick smart.

Alok - posted on 04/19/2014

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Debby one of your reply long one is amazing, one thing as I am married, if I like another married woman and if she too like me and we both like to be together, would it be wrong to be in relationship, as we like each other a lot and we can't live without each other, what would you say about it, and if you don't mind, would you have been ever in extramarital affair, and what you feel about them today, do you feel guilt or not, and you can still make that mistake or you have total control on yourself, and it is so beautiful taking to you, you are also amazing

Alok - posted on 04/19/2014

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Thank you debby its the best best reply the way you wrote is beautiful as your age 60 you are full of experience your reply has given me a lot of satisfaction plus I love being talking to good intelligent people people of jesus

Debby - posted on 04/19/2014

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I wanted to add a comment about this question, and it disappeared while I was still typing. What I wanted to say is that if someone says that a man cannot wait to have sex, then that is just not the truth. Men can wait for a period of time. They just have to make the sacrificial choice to do so. If they become desperate, the can take care of themselves by masturbation. I wouldn't recommend it for a long period of time, since it can become a habit, and selfish however. If a women gives birth naturally, there must be a period of time for healing. If a man cannot sympathize with a woman for a few weeks, then I believe this is problematic. Women cannot enjoy sex during this time, and when a person has major surgery or an accident and cannot perform sexually, people an wait if they need to do so. If they cannot be selfless enough to wait then they need to seek professional help.

Debby - posted on 04/19/2014

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Who besides a scientist, doctor, or person who is educated about this can give scientific facts? I can only offer personal experience, and knowledge that comes from my life experience. I am getting close to sixty years old, and raised two children, ages 36 and 31, so those are my credentials. I can give you no reason why it wouldn't be safe to have sex during pregnancy other than the last three weeks. The reason for not having sex the last three weeks is because it can cause you to go into labor early. It might not, but you are taking a chance since a doctor cannot tell you the absolute day your child will be born. They can tell you approximately, by judging the size of the baby, and when you think you conceived. The Bible does not tell us that it is wrong to have sex when you are pregnant, so it wouldn't even make sense to me to say that it is wrong. The only time that it is not safe physically, is if you have physical problems that are discovered by your doctor, such as not being able to carry a baby to full term, or other physical problems, only to be determined by your doctor. My personal experience is that I enjoyed sex while I was pregnant up until the time it became uncomfortable, which was during the ninth or last month, when just about everything you do becomes a little uncomfortable due to the size of your stomach. It causes fatigue on your back. Your bladder is under more pressure, so you have to use the restroom more often. These are only a couple of examples, and it is different for each person, although they share some commonalities. Unless you have a special problem that is determined by your doctor, having sex does not hurt your baby. Your baby is protected in a sack of water, and that sack breaks when it is time for your baby to be born. I hope that this helps. I can't imagine why it would not be safe religiously to have sex when you are pregnant. You should be able to enjoy it more, because you are already pregnant, and there is no concern about becoming pregnant.

Debby - posted on 04/19/2014

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Alok, I will share some of my personal experience and conviction with you. If you are a born again Christian and you choose to following the teachings of the Bible, it says that sex outside of marriage is committing fornication, which is a sin in the sight of God. This is not because God wants to be mean. He tells us in the Bible that if you physically join yourself to another person that you become "one." In his perfect divine plan, he had a purpose for that. It was so that a man and woman could become a family. A family is suppose to mirror a little bit of Heaven on earth. There is a role for each person to play. Men are created a certain way with specific gifts, and women are created a certain way with different special gifts. When a man and woman bond together in a sexual relationship, there is an intimate covenant or agreement that takes place. It is called "cutting a covenant." This happens when the hymen of a woman is cut away and she bleeds. As strange as that may seem, it was a plan that God had so that in marriage, a man and woman would be faithful to each other, and would work together as a team to pro-create and bring children into the world, and each one would have a role in the family unit. He made sex pleasurable. He approves of it within marriage. To put it simply, it means that a man and a woman have each other's backs so to speak. They agree to keep peace in the home, and provide a stable environment to train and teach children if they so desire to have them. It is not wrong for them to engage in sexual activity, because God wants couples to enjoy their lives together. He designed this as their most intimate way to express their love and trust for and by each other. He warns us in the Bible about what happens when we do not follow his plan. There are consequences. We feel quilty at first, then our conscience becomes hardened when we begin to experiment sexually outside of marriage. God knows that we are human, and he has given us free wills to make choices. He understands that we are only human, and he offers a redemptive plan for us. This means that he provides a way to remove guilt and live a holy life without fear, dread, and regret. If people are going to have sexual intercourse outside of marriage, I would recommend that they use protection, i.e., some type of birth control. I don't believe that is fair to punish an unborn baby for an action by its parents. There are people who cannot have children, and they are just waiting to adopt a baby that is either unwanted, or a baby that someone is not able to care for. The thought that God would not allow a man and woman to enjoy sex unless they are going to produce a baby just doesn't make sense to me. What is the point of having a union and giving yourselves to one another if you cannot enjoy something that God created for pleasure, as well as pro-creating children?

Alok - posted on 04/19/2014

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Thanks debby davis pls give me a reply as I am unable to know are my messages reaching to people to whom I am replying, 2nd I am very different type of person I think to have sex without conceiving a baby is like wasting ourselves it had a very broad meaning right I don't know I am right or wrong but I am aware there is something in that and its a difficult job

Debby - posted on 04/19/2014

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If God created us, and He created the sexual experience to be enjoyed as we pro-create, then why would it be wrong to have intercourse during pregnancy? That is the spiritual side. On the health side, unless you have a threat of losing your baby, and providing it is healthy and your doctor give you an okay, then it is healthy up until the very last stages. Your health care professional will give the specific time that you should refrain from it. There are ways to enjoy making love with your husband without vaginal entry, should it pose a health threat.

Alok - posted on 04/18/2014

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Thanx ya actually I love talking with intelligent people I am curious person even sometimes I ask those things which I already know to confirm and ask it from different persons to analyse and this time you have given the best reply its nice satisfactory intelligent affectionate helpful and loving thanks again

Michelle - posted on 04/18/2014

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Well Alok, think about it. A woman is the 5 times the size that she normally is, she has an alien kicking her from the inside and moving all of her internal organs out of the way.
Do you really think she is feeling like having sex? I know some women have a higher sex drive during pregnancy but I for sure didn't towards the end!!!!
That's how women can cope without having sex while pregnant.
I think you really do need to read some books before you child comes along as you are very naive about things you should know.

Alok - posted on 04/17/2014

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Thanx and lol you know man can't wait how you feel for that and also I would like to know can women wait, it would be interesting to know, last there are still few men who can wait

Teena - posted on 04/17/2014

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Of coarse its safe, god nows men cant wait, lol they wouldnt make it 9 months Its perfectly safe up to eight months as long as your not high risk. After that depending on the time and positions you can put yourself into labor. Its not very likely though. Alot of women try to have sex alot month9 to induce labor.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 04/17/2014

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There is no religious impact to having sex while pregnant.

Unless, that is, you're in a religion that discourages that practice.

Otherwise, I agree with the other ladies. Sounds like you may need a bit of education on human physiology, sex ed, and how to be a parent.

Dove - posted on 04/17/2014

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Please educate yourself if you are, in fact, going to be a father.... You don't want to be spreading false information to your kids when it comes time to teach THEM sex ed. Doctors and books are a wonderful resource.

Alok - posted on 04/14/2014

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Its not pregnanting its just asking like when baby may be a boy or girl and even a fraction of sperm reaches or touches them will not be religiously wrong someone clarify me they are well protected and thanx friend

~♥Little Miss - posted on 04/14/2014

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Yes it is safe to have sex with or without protection (as long as you do not have std's or are cheating on your pregnant wife) as long as her doctor says she is ok to. No, your dick cannot cause the baby brain damage by hitting the head, or get your baby pregnant with your sperm.

Alok - posted on 04/14/2014

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Denise I was talking about putting sperm in my wife's vagina don't make it wrong or don't take it wrong pls but thanks I got much clarification

Denise - posted on 04/12/2014

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Having sex while pregnant is safe unless your doctor has told you not to. As far as putting sperm in your baby's vagina, really I am sorry but I find this to be absurd. Your baby is completely closed off from the outside world in your uterus. Unless the mucous plug gets ripped out, your baby is not exposed to any of the elements around it including sperm. Why would you think your child is exposed to sperm. I really am trying to grasp how this would be a religious issue.

Alok - posted on 04/12/2014

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Thanks actually I was asking religiously coz if there is a baby girl inside her womb and if I am having sex with her without protection, isn't it wrong to put sperm in her vagina, pls think and answer

Dove - posted on 04/12/2014

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Are you married to the person you want to have sex with? That's the only exception I can think of to it being 'safe' religiously...

Generally sex during pregnancy is physically safe unless the doctor has told you otherwise for your particular situation.

Gena - posted on 04/12/2014

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totaly safe unless the doctor tells you not to because of a reason.My hubby and i had sex while i was pregnant..and not just once lol

Jodi - posted on 04/12/2014

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Really? You ask if it is safe religiously and want scientific facts? LOL.

Yes, it is safe physically unless your doctor has indicated otherwise due to medical reasons.

Michelle - posted on 04/12/2014

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Yes it is safe, as long as there isn't any medical condition like an incompetent cervix. The baby is well protected in the amniotic sac and having sex won't harm it at all.

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