A 5-Point Plan to Help You Conceive
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Step 3: Do the Deed
“As far as sex is concerned, more is better,” says Dr. Burry. “Sperm can live for a few days inside a woman’s cervix; therefore, if couples have sex three or more times a week, there is little concern that the timing of sex is an issue.”
If couples have sex less than two times a week during the time they are trying to conceive, they will need to pay more attention to when the female partner is ovulating.
Generally, the sexual position is not important unless the female anatomy does not allow good contact. We’ve all heard rumors about propping up hips or resting on the stomach after intercourse. Whether it works or not is debatable, but many women feel it’s worth a try. And as for orgasm, obviously the male partner needs to have one in order to ejaculate semen. However, female orgasm is not required for pregnancy to occur.
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