making love and babies

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Relationships and fertility

Having a family is usually an expression of love. Sadly there are many couples for whom work, stress and other issues interfere with making love. It takes two to make love and conceive a baby. Many infertile couples only make love about once a month - in order to try to conceive. This is not likely to succeed. Frequent love making prepares the woman's body for conception and pregnancy. So as well as vastly increasing the chances of making love at just the right time. The act of love-making itself enhances fertility.

There are a number of other factors underlying infrequent love-making that independently contribute to infertility. These include stress and shift work. Low fertility itself is directly associated with lowered feelings of sexuality. Improving diet, lifestyle and relationships all enhance the chances of conception. My e-book "Making love & babies" is a guide to understanding the basis of problems and is full of practical solutions. Your friends and family might have to change some of their habits as well but you will be enjoying a new loving relationship after reading this book.

Making love - does female orgasm matter?

Until relatively recently no-one ever mentioned female orgasms. Now they are the subject of a range of literature from academic to pornography. But do they matter for the couple who is trying to conceive and who want to optimise their chances? The answer is an annoying yes and no. I know of families of ten children where, from private discussion with the mother, I can confidently conclude that there was never a female orgasm. Women also become pregnant after rape and I doubt that many of them, if any, would have experienced an orgasm. So one answer is that pregnancy is definitely possible without a female orgasm.

A woman experiencing an orgasm can easily feel contractions of her vagina. This would suggest that these contractions might draw the sperm in and up to the cervix, thus reducing the necessity for the sperm to swim so far and surely enhancing the chances of conception. The research that has been completed on orgasm and fertility has some very interesting and surprising findings and these are explained in some detail in e-book Making love & babies. I urge you to read the book. Many women who have previously had difficulty conceiving, but were otherwise healthy and apparently fertile, have had immediate insight after reading the chapter on female orgasms and have resolved their problem immediately!

Enjoy reading Making love & babies and discover the BIG SURPRISE about when and how orgasms affect fertility.

Finding lost passion and increasing chances of conception

When couples have been together for a few years, passion usually wanes. This happens to most couples in most countries. Before the ready availability of contraception, women usually conceived soon after marriage and the age of a mother having her first child was very much younger than today. Now, with the ability to control the timing of reproduction, couples frequently wait to reproduce for some years. It is normal for passion to reduce with time and couples frequently find that they are trying to conceive at a time in their relationship when sex has become more of a chore than a pleasure. If you could benefit from a new look at how to experience new pleasures and to find more time to spend together, you will find that Making love & babies gives useful advice on how to re-ignite the passion in your relationship.

 

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Adelaide, South Australia, Phone (international: +618 8244 7551 - Australian central time)

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