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Friday, 28 October 2011

Sex Advice: Couple using calender software to track period cycle

Question. I am 31 and my wife is 29. We have been married for the last one-and-a-half years. We are now trying to have a baby. We want to know whether it is necessary to avoid sex outside the high probability days - the first and the last eight days. If yes, why? Will it reduce the chance of conceiving if we have sex outside this high fertility period? To keep track of her cycle, we are using a calender software. According to it, only five-six days (before ovulation) is a high fertility period. Also we prefer the woman-on-top position as I am quite heavy. But we try to stay steady for 10-15 minutes so that the sperm can flow inside her vagina. Is this okay or do we need to switch to man-on-top position to increase our chances? Please suggest.
Answer. The most probable dates suitable for conception are from the 10th to the 15th day (with the first day being the day when menses start). There is no need to keep a calendar. You can have sex throughout the month without worrying over these things. Conception will occur with pleasure, not with calculation.

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