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What Is The Best Sex Posistion
No right answer: Intercourse is a very personalized, intimate thing. There is no ideal position. Your profile states you are 16. You should always practice safe sex and you should establish a relationship with a gynecologist as soon as possible. There are a million sexually transmitted diseases out there and pregnancy will change your life forever. ...Read more
Yes: The same ones that can conceive a girl. The swimmers decide the sex ; the first one in makes the pick. They don't care how they get there they just go for the prize. You have a 50/50 chance with each conception. All the myths out there about special timing/foods/position to get one sex or the other are bunk. ...Read more
Depends: There isn't one position that maximizes conception. The anatomy of the female vagina will determine the angle in which sperm will stay close to the cervix the longest. Usually a pillow underneath the hip after intercourse for approximately 20 minutes should maximize conception. ...Read more
The one you like: The best position is the one you (and hopefully your partner) like best. No position is better than another for conception, keep trying. I'm assuming 46 years is your correct age since that's what you gave? If so you need to speak with a fertility specialist ASAP to keep options open, do not delay. Very best wishes. ...Read more
There are many: Like all addictions treatment should be personalized, that is it should be designed just for you. Treatments can include 12 step meetings, individual and group therapy, medications if other symptoms like depression exist, marriage therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, stress management, social skills training. Find a psychiatrist or sex addiction counselor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Huh?: Do you mean to ask what are the methods by which artificial insemination can occur? If that's your question, then sperm can be injected into the uterus with a catheter. An egg can be collected from the ovary and combined with a sperm in a dish, an embryo made and then an embryo implanted back in the uterus. I don't think anyone would say these were the 'best' ways to get pregnant though. ...Read more
Track ovulation: You should know when you are ovulating and make sure to have sexual intercourse then. Track your temperature each morning before getting out of bed when there is a sudden rise it means that you are ovulating. Double check using an ovulation kit. Have your partner wear boxers and avoid hot tubs several days prior to optimize sperm count. Be sure to start prenatal vitamins. ...Read more
Intercourse: By the question, I am guessing you are having difficulty--in which case should ask your gyn, who will either do fertility testing or send you to a reproductive endocrinologist for evaluation with bloodwork and other studies as necessary. If not tried too long, basal body temp monitoring for likely ovulation can help determine 'best' time to try to conceive. ...Read more
Try NSAIDs. : If that is insufficient , call your OB gyn for stronger meds. ...Read more
Pinched Nerve: Sounds like you have a pinched nerve in your back. I would suggest seeing a fellowship trained pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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