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quote:Originally posted by genegenieChris, the question posed by Farhad related to sexual activity and not pregnancy, therefore sexual activity in itself is not protective. The protective effect of pregnancy re:breast cancer is related to age at first term birth. A nulliparous woman has approximately the same risk as a woman with a first term birth around age 30. In addition, pregnancy and sexual activity have risks, as discussed, which should be weighed against any potential benefits. Finally, you can fall pregnant without sexual intercourse, thanks to modern medicine.So I stand by what I said.