my wife not getting pregnant for last 3 years

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    mohanakrishnaposted 7 years ago

    my wife not getting pregnant for last 3 years

    My wife body is hot and she does not getting any pregnancy sysmptoms and we are mingling each other

  2. MickS profile image71
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    Honestly, this is a waste of space question isn't it?  If you're tying for pregnancy and failing, you both need to go to the doctor, not ask a bunch of amateurs.

  3. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 7 years ago

    That is great news for the human race.

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    xxajxxposted 7 years ago

    it could be your both trying to had for it to happen,
    i no someone that was trying for 2 years and she couldnt get pregnant she stop trying and she got pregnant with in a few months

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    parmprojposted 4 years ago

    Getting pregnant maybe the most important  of all things after marriage ,  some couples do find it hard to conceive for several reasons, including weak or insufficient sperm count.

    As when nature needs a boost, a little push from you and your partner can go a long way in getting pregnant. When it comes to the best position to get pregnant, the general rule is that the male sperm must be deposited as near to the female cervix as possible.

    Something to do with the life spans of the female egg and the male sperm. Once an egg is released from the ovary – a stage also known as ovulation – it begins its path down the Fallopian tube to the uterus. A released egg typically survives for only 24 hours, while a sperm can last anywhere from three to five days in the female body. As such, the egg has to be as close to the egg as possible so they can meet and join before the egg dies.

    While not a lot of people will agree that the sexual positions have anything to do with getting pregnant, the logical inference is that it makes sense to assume the position that can help the sperm meet the egg in the shortest possible time.

    This is  true when for couples who have problems or difficulty conceiving. Having said this, the first “best position to get pregnant” tip is to avoid positions that least expose the cervix to the male sperm, and that generally defy gravity such as sex while standing up, sitting down, or with the woman on top. When trying to conceive, it is best to limit the amount of sperm that flows back out of the vagina.

    The woman’s hips should also be positioned in such a way that the sperm released is kept inside, giving it enough time to swim up to the female cervix.

    source :- http://toptenstuff.co.in/how-to-get-pre … ast-5-way/

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    emma spencerposted 10 months ago

    We are trying to get pregnant from last 6 years and still didn’t lost hope. It was hard in early months. As we were very excited and anxious. Planning of baby clothes and furnicher. How we will baby proof the apartment? Everything was in our mind but we didn’t saw that coming. After few months of delay we met doctor and he told me about thin uterus lining. There were many treatments. I went through each and every but no output. Did GCSF but no results. It was obnoxious experience I pray no one get through this. I was depressed for few months. But my husband was very supportive throughout the process. He motivated me help me get through it. We will keep trying or can go for other options as well.

 
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