26 week pregnancy is the sex is problem for baby and sperm is bad for baby?

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Sex during pregnancy is actually encouraged by doctors but that is up to the woman since not all women feels like having sex while pregnant. The semen will never reach the baby since the uterus is closed. However semen at the end of the pregnancy can start labor.
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