Yes, it may have been scientifically proven that sex is the only means of conception but even then it is not always guaranteed. It seems to take just one roll in the sack or the backseat of a car, or a quickie behind the bleachers whilst still in high school for creating another teenage mother statistic. However, when a couple is sincerely trying to get pregnant, even weeks of exhaustive romps in the bed and hectic lovemaking sessions don’t seem to do the trick.
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Amongst other things, this raises the possibility that whether it’s the sexual position(s) being employed that may be the issue, no matter how gratifying and stimulating the experience might be. Common sense and anecdotal advice from couples who seem to conceive babies in a heartbeat implies that the best sex position to conceive a baby would be the missionary style. Since the guy is on top and penetrating the woman’s vagina who’s on her back, the thrusting motions and the force of gravity work to the advantage of the sperm to swim straight down after being released from the tip of the penis as it is the closest to the uterus’s opening.
However, according to several sex experts, the ideal position for conceiving is also the one that is the most comfortable and sexually stimulating, especially for the women. So for all you who feel adventurous and prefer woman on top, you will have an equal chance of conception as those going the missionary way, or any other for that matter.
Normal Sex frequency:
The number of times that couples have sex is often viewed as a yardstick for gauging the strength of the relationship and where it’s going. Where guys are content with getting sex whenever they can, women often end up comparing numbers with their girl pals which often leads to insecurities about having too little sex or too much. However, according to many sex experts, it’s not the number of times that one is having sex, whether daily, three times a week or just on weekends, but the quality of the lovemaking that matters the most.
Interestingly, the results of various surveys such as the 2011 Sex by the Numbersstudy conducted by the online website Women’s Day revealed that more often than not, 84% of women in married or live-in relationships have sex with their partners simply to coax them into doing chores around the house. And half of them will even slip in a fake orgasm every now and then to inject some extra juice in their partners’ machismo, whereby milking them for more chores.
The frequency of having sex has varied to such an extent that just ten years ago, it was accessed by a Durex survey to being 146 times year for married couples. Yet a decade later, a similar survey determined that less than half of the couples were even satisfied with the quality of sex that they were having, regardless of the frequency. Hence, there is no normal sex frequency that should define the health of your relationship or marriage and knowing how to please your partner during each love-making session is what’s more enduring.