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mark9086 posted:
I am 23 years old. Me and my husband have been trying for a baby since last 2 months but every time we have sex, and he ejaculate in my vagina, all his ejaculation (liquid) comes out immediately. I keep my legs up in the air for few minute but as soon as I bring my legs down, it totally comes out. [br>Does it happen to everybody?? Do I have a chance to get pregnant this way? What can I do in this case? Can I be pregnant without keeping ejaculation in my vagina?
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babylolo4 responded:
I have been trying for 2 months too. My doctors said that the sperm is in his ejaculation so, you can't see them with the naked eye. You just have to monitior your fertile days. So, this is what my doctor wants me to try. Have sex 3 days before ovulation and 3 days after. Good Luck
 
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ttcnewlywed responded:
I thought I was the only one this happened to. COnsidering this post is old I am wondering if you were able to conceive. Well best wishes
 
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kristine403 replied to ttcnewlywed's response:
Hi there, it also happened to me. But I just tracked my ovulation and it has helped me conceive because I did it when I was fertile. Let me share the site with you I've been using to track my ovulation and I hope it could also help others, good luck. http://www.ovulation-predictor.org/


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