Are you checking your ovulation? You can go get some kits at walgreen, Walmart etc. they detect your lh surge which when it's at the highest you baby dance (sex) its best to hold off on have sex until you reach your peak days so the sperm is more stronger and reaches the eggs better. You can drink green tea it will make you more fertile.
Me and my boyfriend have been together for 4 years :D and we are just now getting engaged, Idk if anyone saw my post "this post containt TMI" (still needs help!) lol
but I am unsure if we are pregnant. You should calculate your ovulation and 'get busy' during your fertile days. there are apps on the Windows phone market you can get for this :) although those kits sound more official. I heard somewhere sticking your butt in the air after he has uhmm done it in you might make it so it doesn't all fall out lol, Good luck! and the best to the both of you!
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