this might sound silly but i wanted to know if theres any chance that sex position might effect getting preg.? me and my dh love to do it doogie style (sorry) has anyone got preg. using this position? my friends keep telling me that it wont work could it be true?
couldn't really tell you. We just go by the moment and the flow and I mean I can't remember what specific position we used the day I might have ovulated because we have a very active sex life and well we were BDing al the time let's just say so...I don't know. There's a myth that people use that they only make a girl while they are looking at their partner's face but once they get flipped over it's a boy lol..I think it's kind of funny but I highly doubt positions can determine the sex or if you got pregnant or not:) Best of luck to you. ***BABY DUST***
The last 2 times I got preggers (ended in m/c) DH and I did it "doggie-style"; that is also how we did it when i got preggers with DS (now 6). I have heard that is the best way and plan on using that method when we ttc again.
doggy style is not the best way... i have the best ever way....let me know if u dont understand my lovely description..
lay on the floor with ure legs up in the air... get ure body up onto its shoulders.. he needs to support u a bit..
he needs to stand in between ure legs and let it happen from there... its a very deep penetration and it worked for me..
i had alot of problems getting pregnant and i did this for 1 month every night.. now im 21 weeks pregnant
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