The Cause Is Not Pregnant After Marriage?
Hello good night. I want to ask. 1. I and my husband often have sexual relations and often remove sperm in the vagina. But still not pregnant. Because my husband is a drug user. I think my husband’s sperm is not healthy because he is a drug user. Is it true?? 2. Often when my husband has released his sperm in my vagina. The sperm came out again. That’s why? 3. Many times Bali my husband ejaculated I also did not ejaculate. In fact, I rarely feel weak and ejaculated. Please explain and the solution Please answer one by one yes Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. Infertility is a condition when a husband and wife do not get a baby despite having unprotected sex with a fairly frequent frequency (min. 3-4x a week) and this has been going on for a year. So if it's only been 5 months, or 10 months from the last time you used security, then it could be that what happened to you is normal and it's still a matter of possibility.
But if you've been in a relationship without security and quite often for more than a year, then the cause should be sought. The first step is to get yourself checked by a gynecologist. Tell us your problem and later the obstetrician will do a series of examinations ranging from digging history, physical examination and support such as ultrasound and examination of eggs to detect where the abnormality is located. If it turns out to be normal, then have your husband consult a urologist or an andrologist to check his sperm. If the results turn out to be bad sperm, then it is likely that the factor comes from your husband and later your husband's doctor will guide the next step. As for the history of drug use, this is not absolutely damaging to sperm cells because it depends again on what he consumes and how his lifestyle.
Then regarding sperm that comes out again after intercourse, this is a completely normal condition, and has no effect at all on one's fertility. You can still get pregnant even though the sperm discharge comes out. This is because even though it comes out, what comes out isn't 100%, there is still a large portion left in the vagina, where only one sperm cell is needed out of the millions of sperm cells that are in each ejaculatory fluid for pregnancy to occur. But if you don't want the liquid to come out, you can try to put a pillow that supports your hips so that it is higher and prevents the sperm from flowing out and then let it sit for 10-15 minutes or may also be left asleep.
Then for ejaculations that are difficult for women to feel, just as before, this is also a natural thing and experienced by many women, and does not affect the woman's fertility. Women are basically difficult to ejaculate and men on the contrary, much easier. It's just that women can experience ejaculation many times in one period, while men have to wait a while before they can ejaculate again. This is not a disorder at all and so you can ejaculate more easily, you can ask your husband to prolong your foreplay or foreplay, and you can also convey what you like when having sex. Communication is the key to being able to have a comfortable sexual relationship with a partner. But again, this has nothing to do with fertility. So, hopefully answering your question.