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Masturbation and hcg levels

Postby Laco2425279 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 12:44 am


I am on day 11 from finding out my pregnancy was ectopic and from the methotrexate injection! It was horrendous. Basically, I just wondered if it was safe to masturbate really? My partner and I have been getting intimate but I’m too worried at the moment of anything going ‘in’ so it’s just clit play until we reach orgasm.

However, after reading online I’m now worried this could have a link to hcg rising? Is this true? Any advice welcome, thank you xx
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