As this is my first blog, I feel the need to give some background on our situation. My husband and I have been actively trying to conceive. We knew there would be some type of a challenge. At age 13 I started my period and it was regular for 9 mo. I then started my period and it lasted for 3 months straight, I was only a freshman in high school.
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so me and my fiance have been trying to have a baby for the past 2 months and so for nothing. is there any advice that anyone has that can help us out.
Well finally I have a place to release all of my emotions!!! My husband and I have been married for 6 months and we started TTC in April. Now I know it is easier said than done especially since my husband had surgery 2 months ago to remove a brain tumor that was screwing with his hormones bigggggg time. Well now that everything is almost back to normal we decided to try to have a baby. Well we tried last month and it didn't really work out. I'm 23 and I'm new to this whole new world of trying to have a baby.
Why do so many mothers lose desire, and how can they reclaim it?
My husband and I have been trying to conceive since October. I think some of it is poor timing (I travel a lot with my job; husband works a ton of hours), but since January have been pretty consistent with intercourse during the "prime time."
My sex drive is definitely back, but the problem is not being able to feel anything in my vagina during intercourse my episiotomy. Help! I want to be able to enjoy sex.
My wife and I are trying to conceive. She doesn't lubricate naturally from foreplay such as touching her vagina or sucking her nipples. We even watch porn together. I have to perform oral sex to her which she enjoys very much.
The problem is that we cannot use saliva because germs in the saliva can kill the sperms. We also cannot use KY lubricant since it also kills the sperms. We used baby oil (it was suggested in a book) as lubricant. We do not feel anything when we have intercourse because the baby oil is so slippery. What can we do?
I read in your book that mothers need to model positive sexual behavior for their kids. What do you mean when you say that?
Although volumes have been written about motherhood and sex, the two subjects lie on parallel tracks that rarely intersect.