I am 26 years old and married four months ago. I do sexual intercourse with my husband two to three times a week. I found a lot of discharge out of my penis after my husband pulled out his hard tool.
Is that a husband’s semen out so unable to reach the womb that I have not been pregnant until now? The fluid is still out after washing my penis after intercourse.
I also want to know, whether taking medicines for common pain such as panadol or herbal pill regularly can reduce the chances of getting pregnant since I used it before getting married.
I hope the doctor can provide an explanation as I really want to see the light.
WEDNESDAY, Kelana Jaya
You and your partner plan to get an eye. What you are doing, which is frequent intercourse, is strongly encouraged to increase the chances of getting pregnant.
However, after your intercourse you are not encouraged to wake up and wash your genitals. This is because moving and walking makes the semen esophagus in the end of the vagina out. After sexual intercourse, you should maintain the crotch position and sleep according to the position you are comfortable with.
To prevent semen from getting out of the vagina, after having sex and when your spouse deprives it, you should not be tired. In fact, you need to relieve the urine so that the semen does not pour out. If it’s a bit out, it’s normal.
To prevent the wind from entering the vagina which may lead to semen, your spouse needs to move the vagina in the vagina.
Moving out of the husband’s hard tool causes the inlet and the vagina to become tedious. When finished the husband’s relationship, the wind came out with semen.
Addition of extra pills or herbs and panadol rarely negatively affects your fertility level. If in a year you and your partner have not reached pregnancy, both of you should meet a doctor.
Your spouse needs a semen test to determine the number and quality of sperm and you should undergo ovulation detection tests.
Pressure also suffers from fertility. Sex contacts are more fun if you and your partner are on vacation when you are in good times. Sometimes changing the place and weather there is wisdom to achieve fertility.