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Can having an orgasm as early as 6 weeks (4 weeks post embryo transfer) dislodge the baby or kill it?

Also if you had an orgasm and then had a scan 2 hours later which showed everything was fine with heartbeat, is this accurate? Or would that be to early after orgasm to tell? I heard that it takes hours for heartbeat to stop.

What I' really asking is, will having had an orgasm this morning have killed my baby? I had scan a couple of hours later as I was worried and everything was fine. Was the scan accurate or does it take longer than 2 hours after orgasm for baby to come to any harm?

I am really regreting that silly orgasm and won't be having any moe this pregnancy!

Carrie

 

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Carrie1 said:
Can having an orgasm as early as 6 weeks (4 weeks post embryo transfer) dislodge the baby or kill it?

Also if you had an orgasm and then had a scan 2 hours later which showed everything was fine with heartbeat, is this accurate? Or would that be to early after orgasm to tell? I heard that it takes hours for heartbeat to stop.

What I' really asking is, will having had an orgasm this morning have killed my baby? I had scan a couple of hours later as I was worried and everything was fine. Was the scan accurate or does it take longer than 2 hours after orgasm for baby to come to any harm?

I am really regreting that silly orgasm and won't be having any moe this pregnancy!

Carrie
It will do no harm at all! You can carry on with a normal sex life throughout the whole of your pregnancy.

Peter
 
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