Providing there are no reasons to suspect that the man has a genital infection, such as herpes or chlamydia, then there's no increased risk of infection to the baby.
In this video, women's nursing and midwifery expert Anna Shasha explains why sex during pregnancy is safe for the majority of people.
But upon closer inspection I realised that it might be an autograph of Maimonides!
A note of caution is in order, for some aspects of the script are not characteristic of Maimonides’ autographs.
While both herpes 1 and 2 cause the same type of painful cold sore, the key difference between the two types is recurrence risk.
While you can certainly get herpes 2 on your lips and herpes 1 on your labia or penis, this is mostly likely going to be a one shot deal.
In particular, here the Arabic letter ق is represented by the Hebrew with two diacritical dots above it: Less significant but also worthy of mention is the phraseology of the Hebrew blessing at the end of the recipe ושלום הדרתה ירבה ‘May the wellbeing of his Excellency increase’.
In many of his letters Maimonides writes ושלומה ירבה ‘May his wellbeing increase,’ with the word הדרתה ‘his Excellency’ implied.  A fragment of such a recipe was published by Esther-Miriam Wagner:
Previous skeletal sex assessments are through subjective visual analysis by anthropologists or metric analysis of sexually dimorphic features.
In this work, we present an automatic sex determination method for 3D digital skulls, in which a statistical shape model for skulls is constructed, which projects the high-dimensional skull data into a low-dimensional shape space, and Fisher discriminant analysis is used to classify skulls in the shape space.
By Amir Ashur, The Center for the Study of Conversion and inter-Religious encounters, Ben Gurion University While examining the legal opinion on the verso of this manuscript, I glanced at the recto, which contains a medical recipe.
At first it looked no different from other medical recipes.
During the first three months of pregnancy the foetus takes up so little space in the womb that it can't be seen or felt.