Trying to Conceive's questions - French iziqna

Best answer: its in the timing......some days she is safe


Testosterone cause infertility?

4 answers · 6 days ago
i just want to know since my boyfriend is taking testosterone boosters if thatll completely prevent me getting pregnant. thank you

Best answer: Of course he can.

Best answer: Nope. If there was a gene that could be passed on that would be hugely problematic, we would've adopted.

I have a sticky situation- kind of. So I finished my last pack of birth control 10/06. Got my period/withdrawal bleed on 10/08 which is normal. So I had sex 3 times in October. And 1 time in November on the 4th. I m not sure when I ovulated because there can be some discrepancy when you re first getting off the... show more

Best answer: Religion is based on control, especially sexual control. If religious leaders have somebody by the balls, it's far easier to control all other aspects of that persons life. Too bad the religious have no self control when it comes to raping kids.



My girlfriend and i are wanting to have a chlild, but her mom would kill me if i knocked her up. I don't know what to do. I have a job and I would be able to support her and the baby.

Best answer: Maybe your guy fears fathering a child he has to support for 18 years. Is he going to stay with you with a selective pregnancy, not his. If yes, then you can find a healthy guy to have sex with, just don't let that guy know you are not on the pill. It's deceptive only if you try for support after the fact,... show more

Can anyone 18 and up purchased sperm or do you have to be a certain age ?

I know that men don't usually post here, but I have a question to ask: If a couple is not going to be intimate for the first time together until after the two of them are married, and he is a virgin, would it be a good idea to try to conceive on their wedding night/honeymoon?

Best answer: One where the penis is in the vagina upon ejaculation. Sperm enter the cervix within about 30 seconds and can reach the egg within about a minute, so no need to try certain positions over others. It won't increase your chances any.


Best answer: Unless you're also suffering from premature ovarian failure, there is not going to be much difference in your fertility from age 20 to age 25. Between age 25 and 35 sure, but the mid-20s is still considered within the years of peak fertility for men and women both. That said, when you do decide you're... show more

am desperate for a baby for bf is not !? Hi I am 27 and bf is 31 years old and we have been together for 4 years , and also living together , everything is perfect in our life and we are happier than ever . We have talked a lot about starting to try for a baby and we had plans to do so now , he just lost his great... show more

Trying to conceive questions..?

4 answers · 2 weeks ago
Best answer: 3-6 months is average for healthy couples with no known fertility problems. Up to a year is considered normal. It's estimated that about half of all conceptions fail to result in a full-term pregnancy, so if you don't get pregnant right away it doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong. Some genetic... show more

I know I can get pregnant since I have two other kids who are 8 and 10 but I was trying to have another one and my husband and I have been trying since we got married a couple of years ago but we have had no luck. I really don't understand it at all especially since I know I'm not infertile and he... show more

If you and your partner does oral sex and she swallow your sperm will the sperm die or it can somehow ovulate?

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