Yes, absolutely. There is no danger of harming your baby, it is very well protected!
Unless your partner has been advised against it then yes...sex during pregnancy is safe. Baby is protected and the only real issue will be comfort as your partner gets bigger.
Doctors may advice some couple to be careful during the first two months of pregnancy, depending on the "stability" of the fetus in early stages. Violent sex should be avoided during the entire course of pregnancy and the act must be soft and caring.
After 8 months it may be prudent to avoid sex for it may get uncomfortable for the women. Need for good hygiene is another reason to avoid sex beyond 8 months.
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