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Had unprotected intercourse. Not getting pregnant. What could be the cause?

Hello, I have been dating a girl for a year now and we do have sex regularly without condom. sometime during her menstrual period, we do have sex, during her ovulation period, we do have sex all thruough her ovulation period but she has not been able con conceive. Is it through that worm in a woman s stomach can stop her from getting pregnant? please enlighten me on the worm effect on not been able for a woman to get pregnant and how the worm also cause mentrual pains. Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum,

there is no relation between worm and infertility.

she is not conceive is not due to worms.

there are so many causes for infertility, from both side male and / or female.


-have a unprotected sex during ovulation week (3days before and 3 days after ovulation)

-don't use gelly, pills or any medication during before or after sex.

-have a sex in proper position. let her remain below you and discharge semen inside the vagina.

-don't get up immediately after sex. lying down for few minutes with elevated her legs which facilitate sperms to travel inside.

then if you are not get pregnant, The tests help find whether the problem is with the man, the woman, or both. Tests usually include a physical exam, semen analysis, blood tests, and special procedures.

Before you have infertility tests, try fertility awareness methods to find the best time to become pregnant. A woman is most fertile during ovulation and 1 to 2 days before ovulation. Some couples find that they have been missing the most fertile days when trying to become pregnant. A woman should keep a record of her menstrual cycle and when she ovulates. This record will help your doctor if you decide to have infertility tests.
Answered: Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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