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Cervical stitches may become necessary to close off the cervix to keep it from dilating prior to delivery. This is absolutely a question you MUST ask your gynecologist. And don't be shy! Each woman has a unique health history. Some women may be able to have penis-vagina sex without endangering their pregnancy, while for others, it's not a good idea. Only your doc knows for sure, based on your unique health history. Also be aware that even if your doc says it's OK for a couple of months, deep penetration may be painful for either or both of you, due to the stitches. Some men report that they can feel them hit the end of the penis. Again, talk to your doc ASAP. Dr. J
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