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Wednesday, August 26, 2009 lola78, Community Member, asks

Q: why does when my husband ejaculate inside it comes out?

we have been trying to get pregant for a while and everytime he ejaculates it comes out on its on. i could just be lying on my side and i feel it come out. is that going to be problem for me in having a baby? please help thank you

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Merely Me, Health Guide
8/26/09 4:20pm

Hi Lola


Paul is don't need to worry about this so much.  People get pregnant after having sex in all sorts of positions where the ejaculate spills out eventually.


Here is some information from my article, "Upside Down Sex, Turkey Basters, and Other Myths of Having a Baby"  :  "But what most experts do suggest is that it might help for the woman to lay down after sex for up to a half an hour.  Contributors to the web site, Baby Center, contend that lying down in bed for 20-30 minutes with a pillow under your pelvis helps the sperm to keep flowing toward your egg."


How long have you been trying may I ask?  If you have been trying for more than a year it may be time to seek some help from your gynecologist or fertility specialist.


Let us know how things go for you...good luck!

Paul, Community Member
8/26/09 4:15pm

Assuming the sperm are healthy, you don't to need to worry, many of them have remained inside and are doing their best to find your egg. The bulk of what you see is ejaculate material which mixes with the sperm in your husband and is used to help propel the sperm deeper inside you.


A good article to read, among so many others that she writes is this one, by Merely Me, the community leader on this site. Then there is also other articles, like this one, on misconceptions about conception, and this one on the pain of infertility. 

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