Not Too Little, Not Too MuchMore isn’t necessarily better when it comes to conception sex. Most experts recommend that you have sex every other day when you’re trying to get pregnant. That helps to keep men’s sperm counts high and also ensures that you’ll be having sex at least once or twice during your most fertile days.
Get The Timing RightIf you don’t want to have sex every other day all the time, try to pinpoint your ovulation date (by monitoring your cycle, taking your basal body temperature, or using an ovulation monitor), and then make sure you’re having sex every other day for at least a week beforehand until a day or two after ovulation.
Make Sure You Use "Sperm-Friendly" LubricantsMost commercial lubricants are toxic to sperm; they might make sex more comfortable, but less likely to lead to pregnancy. When you’re trying to conceive, skip artificial lubricants entirely in favor of natural substances like canola oil, or choose one of several “sperm-friendly” lubricants on the market.
Assume the Position
Take it Easy AfterwardsAgain, there’s no real evidence that lying in bed with your legs in the air after sex really helps sperm don’t need extra help to swim, and the liquid that runs out of you after sex is mostly seminal fluid and dead sperm (the live sperm are still swimming up). But it can’t hurt to lie in bed for twenty minutes or so after sex rather than jumping up right away. Every little bit helps!
Remember That Sex Is FunThis last tip isn’t really going to help you conceive, but it will help keep your relationship healthy. Too many couples report that when pregnancy doesn’t occur within a few months, sex turns into a chore rather than a pleasure. So don’t forget the romance, foreplay, and fun. Just because men need to have an orgasm to conceive, and women don’t, doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t enjoy yourself, too!
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