To "O" or not to "O"?

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To "O" or not to "O"?
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Thu, 02-07-2008 - 8:21pm

Okay, so it seems that all I have been doing to pass the time is reading fertility and ttc stuff. I will be doing at home ICI at the end of this month. And one thing I read said that if you have an orgasm right after the insemination, that it will help the cervix open up to receive the sperm and create a better chance of conception. Does anyone know if this is true? Any thoughts will be appreciated! Thanks.


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Thu, 02-07-2008 - 9:21pm

I've heard that to be the case

A little battery power sure wouldn't hurt!

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Thu, 02-07-2008 - 9:25pm
Kathleen!!!!!

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Thu, 02-07-2008 - 9:31pm

I'll keep that in mind! Thanks! LOL.

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Thu, 02-07-2008 - 10:00pm

What?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

LOL

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Sat, 02-09-2008 - 11:30am

LOL! I'm w/Kathleen! It CAN'T hurt!!! Isn't SD stronger during ovulation (the more predominant O on this board!)?

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Tracy, 28 - FXS Carrier/POF

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Sun, 02-10-2008 - 1:53am
I would not ask I was told during fertility treatments that orgasms will clear the area that things are being implanted into. I was told this by the nurse prior to a procedure when my husband was joking we'd go home and have sex afterwards. As a new mom