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Sex Positions- If your struggling to get pregnant you Should try this top 8 best sex positions to get pregnant quickly and naturally

It took me years to get pregnant with my second child, and let me tell you, trying to conceive can really take all the sexiness out of sex. When sperm are trying to swim all the way up to your fallopian tubes be kind and give them a little extra help by choosing a sex position that angles them upwards (we know that’s a graphic image, but it’s just biology!

But it doesn’t have to be that way. If you want to bring the sexy back while trying to get pregnant, why not try some new positions? Call them the best sex positions for wanting to love sex while you’re TTC. “The more relaxed and stress-free a couple can be when trying to conceive, the better,” says Jessica Schneider, MD, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist in Los Angeles. “So if new positions help them relax and have fun, they should try them.

And although no study exists to prove which positions (if any) are the best sex positions for conception, there are some unscientific theories about why these seven maneuvers could help you get pregnant more quickly. Why not test one out tonight?

Top 8 Best Sex Positions To Get Pregnant Quickly With Images

1. CAT Sex Position (Coital Alignment Technique)

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We’ve all tried the missionary position, but this variation takes it the next level and nearly guarantees an orgasm. You lay on your back and he enters from above, positioning himself high up on your body, with his chest near your shoulders. (If you’re short and he’s tall, you probably won’t be seeing eye to eye.) You’ll know you’re aligned correctly when his pelvis provides consistent clitoral stimulation. And instead of thrusting so hard he slams you into the headboard, this move requires a slow grind you are sure to enjoy.

Why CAT Sex Position could help you conceive: Gravity! His sperm can just slide into home plate.

2. Doggie Style Sex Position

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Follow your animal instincts and kneel on all fours, with your booty in the air and your torso angled down towards the bed. He’ll enter you from behind while kneeling or standing, leaving his hands free to visit your favorite erogenous zones. Once he’s in, you can let him set the pace, or back that a*s up at your own speed. Woof!

Doggie Style Sex Position could help you conceive: Deep penetration could get his sperm closer to its destination.

3. Legs on Shoulders Sex Position

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If you enjoy the deep penetration of doggie style, but prefer to look into your partner’s eyes while doing the deed, this one might be for you. Have him stand up facing the bed. Wiggle your bum down to the edge of the mattress and toss your legs up over his shoulders. (He will really love this move if he’s into feet, as many dudes are.) You can balance yourself with your arms, and even grab his butt to pull him deeper into you.

Why Legs on Shoulders Sex Position could help you conceive: Some people believe that raising your legs in the air after sex can improve your chances of getting pregnant. With this position, you’re already there!

4. Sexy Scissors Sex Position

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This position sounds way more dangerous than it is. Start by laying on your sides, facing each other. Throw your top leg over his hip, and slide your bottom leg in between his, like scissors. Clasp hands and look deeply into each other’s eyes for a sensual embrace. Scissoring is both romantic and satisfying, since you get a lot of friction in all the right spots.

Why Sexy Scissors Sex Position could help you conceive: It brings pleasure without much exertion — perfect for those nights when you’re ovulating, but so damn tired.

5. Wraparound Sex Position

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In the basic version, he sits upright and you climb on top facing him, wrapping your legs around his waist like a very aggressive lap dancer. Now lock and load. Feeling adventurous (and athletic)? Have him bend his knees and lift his hips into the air while you hoist your legs onto his shoulders. Just try not to fall, OK?

Why Wraparound Sex Position could help you conceive: Let’s say you’re ovulating in the middle of the work day and there’s no bed in sight. The basic position can be managed on a chair or couch, so you can do it almost anywhere even the office. Now that’s saucy!

6. Reverse Cowgirl Sex Position

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Get ready for the ride of your life when you mount his prone body while facing his feet. He will love the view, and you can control the action. With a little practice, you can learn to swivel your body from reverse cowgirl to a forward facing woman-on-top position without breaking contact. Cowboy boots are optional, but recommended.

Why Reverse Cowgirl Sex Position could help you conceive: The angle of entry is totally different from the other positions. Maybe that’s the trick your uterus has been waiting for.

7. Side Sex Position

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In this relaxing position, both of you lay on your sides, nestled like spoons, and he enters you from behind. His body won’t be providing direct clitoral stimulation, so let his fingers do the walking. Since most women orgasm more easily with manual stimulation in the mix, this position is rewarding for everybody involved.

Why Side Sex Position Spooning could help you conceive: A recent study suggests that the contractions from an orgasm may help suck the semen up through the cervix.

8. Missionary Sex Position

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This position is believed by many experts as the best sex positions to get pregnant fast. Because, with this position, a husband can penetrate as deep as possible, thus enabling the sperm that comes out as close as possible to the female cervix. In addition, the position of the husband was on top of his wife’s body, is also very convenient to do.

Why It Hurts When You’re Having Sex

Hurts so good? Not so much. Lovemaking is supposed to be more pleasurable than painful. So if you’re feeling discomfort on a regular basis, it’s time to get a tune-up and see just what’s going on down there.

The medical term for pain during sex is dyspareunia, and a number of factors can contribute to the ache. When moaning turns to groaning, it’s time to get to the root of the problem.

The underlying issues may be physical, structural or psychological in nature. It’s important to address the issue because avoiding the topic and neglecting your symptoms could cause problems in your sexual relationship, as well as your emotional health.

Below we discuss some of the most common causes of dyspareunia, the general symptoms of each and what you can do to ease the pain.

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition in which the lining of the uterus – the endometrium – grows outside of the uterus. It often affects other structures in the pelvic region. Unfortunately, these growths can cause intense pain during intercourse.

According to Everyday Health, more than half the women afflicted with endometriosis experience significant discomfort. Talk to your doctor about possible medical treatments, which may include hormone therapy to reduce the growths, and in some cases, surgery.

Vaginusmus

Another cause of pain during sex is vaginusmus, an odd-sounding medical term that simply means involuntary spasms or contractions of the vaginal muscles. Women frequently describe the sensation as burning, tearing or having “hit a wall,” explains The Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada. The tightening itself doesn’t hurt; it’s only with penetration when pain occurs.

For those with vaginusmus, pain can occur during:

  • sex;
  • medical exams; or
  • tampon insertion.

The reflex may be the result of fear of pain from a previous trauma. There are certain exercises that can help patients overcome the condition. Discuss the issue with your doctor.

Uterine Fibroids

Uterine fibroids are benign growths than many women develop but do not know they have.

There are a number of symptoms that indicate the presence of uterine fibroids, including:

  • back pain;
  • heavy menstrual bleeding;
  • pelvic pain; and
  • bladder problems.

Fibroids can make sex very uncomfortable or painful. It may worsen during certain parts of the menstrual cycle. If fibroids develop on the cervix near the cervical opening, this intensifies the pain. Fibroids also may begin to affect the libido because they can throw the hormones out of whack.

Generally, fibroids are a non-life-threatening condition. If fibroids cause uncomfortable symptoms, speak to your doctor about treatment options.

Emotional Issues

Sometimes pain during sex can be attributed to emotional or psychological issues. Negative emotions often cause an array of problems in terms of intimacy and sex. For instance, fears, memories or angst can prevent a person from relaxing. Guilt factors or a history of sexual abuse may stifle a woman’s ability to enjoy intercourse.

Emotional disturbances can prevent a woman from becoming aroused and creating natural lubrication, which inevitably leads to pain during sex, explains the Rubino OB/GYN Group in New Jersey. If you suspect that pain during sex is psychological in nature, consider therapy with a qualified sex therapist. The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists is a good starting point for referrals, Rubino notes.

Inadequate Lubrication

You may be hurting during sex because of a lubrication issue. Lack of adequate natural lubrication and vaginal dryness can be very painful during intercourse. There are a number of possible causes of inadequate lubrication, including hormonal imbalances (childbirth and menopause) and certain health conditions.

Also, there are a number of commonly used medications that may reduce lubrication, according to the Mayo Clinic, including:

  • antidepressants;
  • high blood pressure medications;
  • sedatives;
  • antihistamines; and
  • certain birth control pills.

In most cases, a simple, over-the-counter water-based lubricant does the job.

Other Reasons for Pain during Sex

WebMD cites several other possibilities for pain during intercourse, including:

  • vaginal infections;
  • issues with the cervix;
  • ovarian cysts;
  • inflammatory diseases;
  • ectopic pregnancy;
  • sexually transmitted diseases; and
  • injury to the vagina, such as tearing during childbirth.

Ways to Treat the Pain

Treatment options depend on the condition causing the pain. For example, menopause-induced lubrication issues may be remedied with hormone replacement or artificial lubricants. More serious conditions, such as severe endometriosis, may require surgery.

According to Everyday Health, John C. Petrozza, MD, board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist at Massachusetts General Hospital Fertility Center offers these tips for easing the pain during sex. Although they are geared toward endometriosis-related pain, they also may relieve symptoms in other situations:

  • try side-to-side or “doggy style” positions in lieu of missionary, which is the most uncomfortable position because of the tilt of the pelvis;
  • pick the least painful times of your menstrual cycle to have sex. Most women experience more endometrial pain mid-cycle, so you might want to forgo sex during those few days;
  • talk to your partner about the pain to keep communication open. Having him or her involved in what you’re going through can make you feel understood and avoid misconstruing your physical pain as a relationship issue; and
  • consider kissing, fondling and massage as alternatives when there’s discomfort.

When It’s Time to See the Doctor

If sex is becoming a pain, your best bet is to visit a doctor and determine the root cause. It the problem persists, it could be something more serious. Your physician will examine your medical history, perform an exam, and may or may not order additional tests.

The Cleveland Clinic makes it clear when to see a physician: “Contact your doctor if there are symptoms such as bleeding, genital lesions, irregular periods, vaginal discharge, or involuntary vaginal muscle contractions.” It also recommends seeing a certified sex counselor if you experience pain that has no underlying medical explanation.

Remaining mum on intimacy issues won’t help resolve the issue. It’s important to be proactive and take the necessary steps to get to the bottom of your issues. The health of your relationship may depend on it.