If you're hoping to conceive, don't leave it to luck. Know how to get pregnant — starting with predicting ovulation and do's and don'ts for maximizing fertility. Some couples seem to get pregnant simply by talking about it.
From Men's Health. As a year-old divorced mother of three, I'm finally at a point in my life where I really enjoy sex, even if there's not always a lot of time for it. So when a friend posed a challenge to me to try having sex twice a day for a week, I was intrigued.
Skip navigation! Erika W. When you first start dating someone new, you might have sex all the time.
As a woman gets older, her potential to have children decreases. Trying to get pregnant at 35 years old and below will increase the chances of conceiving and carrying a baby full-term. As she grows up, the number and quality of her eggs decreases.
Sex positions come in many shapes and sizes, from easyto Kama Sutra, to the realllly wild positions. But, if you're looking for a good mix of tricky and lazy, Ann Summers ' day sex positions challenge is a great resource. Plus, if you want to make time to try a position a day for a month, it's only likely to bring you closer and completely tire you out, ofc.
Sex and stress are linked in several ways. Most of us instinctively know this already and feel it unmistakably when a particularly stressful week or two zaps us of our sex drive. But while stress can have a hand in low libidoit can also be a great stress reliever, which is why jokes about uptight bosses needing a good roll in the hay are always good for at least one knowing chuckle.
ARE you a night owl or an early bird? When you make love could make all the difference to health. This fact was highlighted last week after a survey at the Anglia Ruskin University found a lack of sex increases the risk of illness in overs. Here, sexpert Kate Taylor reveals the surprising ways it can — from fertility to intelligence.
Whether you are trying to conceive or looking to avoid pregnancy without birth controltiming can make all the difference in the world. One of the more common questions asked by women is whether you can get pregnant if you have had sex immediately before, during, or immediately following your period. While the answers are not always cut-and-dry, there are times when pregnancy is more likely and others when the chances are pretty slim.