just thought i'd pop in here & share something..hope you dont mind! i have been preggo 2 times now & have found that the secret (for me) is to have a big fat 'O' after your OH has finished, erm, offloading his junk
i know that some people can't orgasm very easily during sex (im the same) and even if you can, you might find you conceive quicker if you do it after he does instead of before. ie. when its all over, get him to finish you off with your rampant rabbit!
the action of having an orgasm draws the semen into your uterus. as i say this is only a suggestion and many of you might think im bonkers. but both times i conceived, this is how it was done! (and both times on the first month trying)
i find it difficult to orgasm during sex but will definatly be getting it on and finishing myself off if need be afterwards!!
Thanks for your post angelbunny !! it made me chuckle x
very normal to find it hard to orgasm during sex! give it a go as i say it worked for me, twice, both times on the first month trying. beside there has to be something more to the female orgasm than we think! xx
I'll show you ladies the tool for the job!! Great for during sex.. it shapes to your body... so just slide it on down there into your desired place(hehe), or its great for "afterwards" easy to use.. the perfect clit stimulator!!
OK since everyone is talking about sex toys (hehehe UGH!) A few years a go the passion parties were the big thing around here and everyone was having one. Well me too! LOL I was wondering do you think they are safe to use during pregnancy? I told my husband to put that stuff away cause I was afraid it might hurt something. Just wondering?!
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