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Can women feel semen entering their vagina? Planning for a baby

hello doctor... we are planning for a baby for last 2months... i have some doubts regarding this 1. can women feel the sperm entring her vagina 2.after having the relationship i immediately feel leaking out a lot ll come out why? i that any problem to get conceive 3. any possible way to get pregnant is that any other we have to do 4.please say me a positve answer and help me out ...
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
1. yes woman can feel somthing (seminal fluid ) into her vagina.
2, it is quite normal, it may be upto 2-3 ml.
3. nothing special needed just calculate the date of your ovulation(usually 12-16 th day of cycle) and try during that time because there is highest possibility to be get pregnant then. try to avoid any lubricant as it may be spermicidal. you remain beneath your husband as in this position gravity helps the movement of sperm.
4. I think you got all your answer. best of luck.
Answered: Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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Cardiologist Dr. Anantharamakrishnan's  Response
Hi
1 - No / You cannot feel the sperm entering
2 - No problem / Leaking is normal
3 - No need to do anything drastic - just give time!
4 - Be positive / Keep trying /
The usual approach in infertility is to test the husband - by andrologist / physical examination followed by laboratory tests like semen analysis, hormones and so on. It is simple and straight forward.
The spouse also needs to be seen - examination, sonar, hormonesand so on
I presume all is well
Good luck
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