How To Get Pregnant Fast After Marriage?
.. I am a married woman and we are planning a pregnancy program.. I want to ask you to get pregnant quickly… which one should orgasm first? does it affect the pregnancy program if my husband or wife orgasms first?rnMy husband often orgasms first… after that I just… when I orgasm after my husband feels the sperm that has come out again… please the explanation … if the wife orgasms after the husband then the incoming sperm will be removed all together with the wife’s orgasm?
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Pregnancy can occur when a sperm cell meets and fertilizes an egg. There is no standard who should have an orgasm first in order to increase the potential for pregnancy. The presence of vaginal lubricant, which generally comes out when a woman has an orgasm, can indeed facilitate the journey of sperm in reaching the egg. However, this is not the only factor. Healthy sperm cells will be able to move actively and reach the egg as long as the seminal fluid that nourishes it has not dried, even though the vaginal lubricant produced is not too much.
After being ejaculated into a woman's vagina, it is very normal for some of the ejaculated fluid to come back out of the woman's birth canal. This is because the seminal fluid will melt after leaving the male reproductive organs. After thawing, then this seminal fluid will flow following the direction of gravity. Because of that, it will flow back out of the vagina, especially when you stand up or urinate. This condition does not necessarily indicate that there are absolutely no sperm cells that enter your vagina. So, this does not necessarily reduce the potential for pregnancy.
Therefore, there is no need to worry too much about who experiences orgasm first. If you and your partner are planning a pregnancy, just have regular sexual intercourse every 2 to 3 days. Do more sexual intercourse during the fertile period, because at this time the possibility of sperm cells can meet and fertilize an egg cell will be greater. In addition, you and your partner should also lead a healthy lifestyle to maintain each other's fertility, starting from eating healthy and nutritious foods, managing stress well, maintaining an ideal body weight, sleeping regularly, and exercising regularly.
If you and your partner have difficulty in the process of planning a pregnancy, don't hesitate to consult directly with an obstetrician.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah