During the 17th week of pregnancy, many women start feeling more comfortable and experience a decrease in common early pregnancy symptoms such as nausea and fatigue. However, every woman's body is different, so it's important to listen to your own comfort levels and consult with your healthcare provider. Generally speaking, if you have a low-risk pregnancy without any complications or medical concerns, it is usually safe to resume sexual activity during this time. However, it's always best to communicate openly with your partner about any concerns or discomfort you may have. If you experience any pain, bleeding, or other unusual symptoms during or after intercourse, contact your healthcare provider immediately. They can provide personalized guidance based on your unique situation. Remember that intimacy during pregnancy is a personal choice and varies from person to person. It's important to prioritize open communication and mutual consent between you and your partner throughout this journey.