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The Best Sex for Conception602,042 Views
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If you and your partner are under a considerable amount of stress, it may be more difficult to conceive. You may just need to relax to get pregnant. Watch this video to learn more.
Description: If you're trying to get pregnant, learning about the best sex for conception may help the process along. Watch this video to learn about conception sex timing and optimal sex positions.
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If you want to get pregnant, try the missionary, or man-on-top, position, which is optimal for baby-making! You can really enhance sperm’s ability to swim by placing a pillow under your hips and keeping your legs raised after his orgasm! Try remaining in this position—or at least horizontal—for 15 minutes after intercourse to trap semen. Meanwhile, certain gravity-defying positions such as sitting, standing, or woman-on-top may actually discourage sperm from swimming upward. And although it may seem counterintuitive, having sex every other day around ovulation gives a man a chance to recharge his sperm count. Finally, remember that while the female orgasm isn't a necessary component of conception, orgasmic uterine contractions may help sperm move toward the fallopian tubes! Remember, practice makes baby, so keep up the good work!