Five Best Sex Positions to Get Pregnant

As a general disclaimer, we want our audience to understand that you can get pregnant from any position: woman or man on top, standing, sitting, on all fours, or lying down. Pregnancy is simply the result of the male sperm enters through a woman’s vagina, travels through her fallopian tubes, and comes into contact with the egg. As such, this is possible to do through any sexual position.

Unfortunately, some couples find it harder than others to conceive, and this could be due to several factors, including infertility or low sperm count. In some instances, you and your partner may need to give nature a little boost in helping the both of you conceive. As a general rule, if you want to become pregnant, the male sperm must be deposited as close to the female cervix as possible, and this all has to do with the life spans of both the egg and the sperm.

Once the egg is released from the ovaries (ovulation), it travels down the fallopian tubes to the uterus. This egg will typically only survive 24 hours. The sperm, however, can last as long as five days in the female body. Therefore, the closer the two are together, the more likely that they will come into contact with each other before the egg dies.shutterstock_166857026-[Converted]

This is incredibly important for couple experiencing problems with getting pregnant. That said, your first “get pregnant quick” tip is to avoid positions that least expose the cervix to the male sperm. These are the gravity-defying positions such as sex while standing up, sitting down, or with the woman on top. You should also try to limit the amount of sperm that flows out of the vagina after sex is concluded.

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

These are the best positions to consider:

  1. Missionary position, or man-on-top, is considered one of the best positions for getting pregnant. The reason for this is because it allows for considerably deeper penetration than all other positions. Thus, the sperm is deposited closer to the cervix.4
  2. Hip elevation, done usually by putting a pillow under the small of the woman’s back, which allows for deeper penetration and more exposure of the cervix.1
  3. When a man enters the woman from behind is also highly recommended for the same reasons: he can deeply penetrate her and increase the chances of conception.3
  4. When have intercourse side-by-side, this likewise increase the chances of the sperm reaching the egg.2
  5. Our last tip has nothing to do with positions, but rather, is based on researches that suggest the importance of achieving orgasm for the female as well as the male (obviously). Studies show that female orgasms which result in contractions could potentially push the sperm up into the cervix. The take away: make sure your sex is fun while trying to conceive.

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