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    An_247863 posted:
    does anyone know that if oral sex while trying to conceive damages sperm
    asked my doctor some says yes some say no. help
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    mrs62610 responded:
    I have heard some women say they got pregnant even when they threw in some oral. The saliva is not good for the sperm so if you are trying hard to conceive I would skip the oral during the "fertile time".
     
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