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Penis muscles not erecting much during sex, semen leakage from vagina after removal. Is pregnancy not possible ?

I am 27 yrs old. i am doing masturbation since 7 yrs. I feel my penis muscles are not erecting much enough during sex with my wife. so that she is not feeling the hardness also and lot of semen will leak out of vagina the moment i remove my penis. is this a reason for her to not to get pregnant? still i am having sex with my wife daily and we married six month back.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for your query,
Only thing which is important for pregnancy is that whether your semen is going inside the vagina or not. Leakage of semen after sex is very normal, so no problem regarding that. And chances of pregnancy in one month even in perfectly normal couple is also only 25%. So wait for 6 more months for pregnancy, even after that if pregnancy does not occur than you will have to consult a infertility specialist for investigations and treatment.
Best of luck and take care.
Hope it helps..
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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