my fiance and i een trying for a aby for 7 months now, everytime we have it his sperm comes outs, is that bad, does this mean his sperm cant get up there???

hey, 1st of all, Do you know

hey, 1st of all, Do you know when you ovulate????? Do you elevate your hips/pelvis during/after sex for 30-45 minutes????????????

you know I was listening to the radio the other day. Did you know that if your mans sperm comes out of you, you have 3 options:

***option 1) Go to the Grocery Store, and get a TURKEY BASTER, (im not kidding). Some women will have the guy cum in there mouth or hand. Get a 1/2 cup of water, and put the cum in it. swish it around lightly and suck it up with the turkey baster.Get a pillow tilt you pelvis up. Now if you know where your cervix is, you can put the baster inside you, put it up to your cervix, lightly squeeze the baster, and boom the little sperms are in your uterus (if you do it right).

***option 2) (The same as option 1) But you use(intrauterine insemination) (IUI). It's what the Fertility Doctors normally use, but they charge you an arm and a leg, and another leg. You can buy the kits online. The kits consists of condoms (for the sperm collection), a syringe, IUI catheter or a Insemination Cannula w/syringe.

***option 3) Do IT. And put your pelvis up and legs straight up in the air, or above your head. Stay like that for 30-45 minutes.

Semen leaks after sex. It

Semen leaks after sex. It happens to everyone. Lifting your hips after ejaculation (using a pillow under your behind) for 15 minutes after intercourse is the best method to keep semen from leaking.

As to the at-home turkey baster method, please don't. Turkey basters are meant for turkeys and are not designed for internal use on people. Adding saliva and lots of handling is a sure-fire way to introduce infection.

If you decide you want to attempt a home insemination, consider investing in a kit designed for in home use, like the Total COnception Kit.


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