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What Are The Best Sex Positions When Not Trying To Conceive
Any position fertile: Any sex position is fertile and no position is "safe". Semen is sticky, and sperm can swim, so any intercourse position where the semen is placed anywhere inside the vagina can get a woman pregnant. The penis often is still moving during and after ejaculation, and so will spread the sperm all over the vagina and cervix. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Choice: The one(s) you, and hopefully your partner, like. They all work fine, there are no "right and wrong, " "better and worse" positions for conception. Ideas about propping up your hips and so on are plain, old-fashioned nonsense, unless it's what you prefer. ...Read more
Around ovulation: The egg can be fertilized for only 1 day after ovulation, so it's best to have intercourse (ic) around this time. If your cycle is 28-32 days, have ic on day 12, 14, and 16 (or 13, 15, and 17). If cycle is 26 days, then ic every other day starting on day 10. For best result use urine LH kit to detect ovulation. Check test between 10-noon. When test is positive, have ic everyday for next 3 days. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Choice: It doesn't matter at all from the point of view of successfully conceiving. So the best time of day is the one you like (or can make happen.) ...Read more
Choice: It doesn't matter at all from point of view of success conceivuing; so the best time of day is the one you like (or can make happen.). ...Read more
When is the best time of the day to have sex when trying to conceive and how many time should we have sex? In the day
Not really known: This has not been studied well in a scientific way. In my opinion it does not matter because sperm live for hours to days in the vagina and the uterus. Some advice focuses on the fact that the uterus contracts during arousal and especially during orgasm. Uterine contractions may help sperm get into the uterus. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ovulation is Key: Ovulation occurs just shy of halfway through your cycle. So, Day 13/14. Sperm are much more likely to cause pregnancy if deposited on any of the five days leading up to ovulation than anytime after ovulation. That means sperm should be in the vagina days 8 to 13 and possibly, just to be sure on Day 14 as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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