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    An_226319 posted:
    I've read that if you need a good lubricant while TTCiing, there are some that are sperm friendly and supposedly aid in conception. One such is preseed. It can be found in most popular drug stores. They have a website so google before you buy or speak with your gyn.
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    lizmac21 responded:
    pre-seed is one i've heard about thats sperm friendly
     
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    Cobarlo responded:
    My OBGYN referred me to Astroglide and is safe for TTC. I like it - makes everything more comfortable. With PCOS I am dry all the time. (sorry for the TMI)


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