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What amount of semen is required to conceive and what position should one consider during intercourse for safe travel of semen ?

Hello Doc, we are planning for the baby now and its been 4 months we are trying and we havent took any precautions so would like to know the percentage of conceiving? Secondly, i would like to know that how much it takes for the fluid to travel inside the girl as after intercourse i have seen that every time the fluid comes out so would like to know how the sperms remain inside and what is the normal timeframe also is there any position that i need to stay sometime after the intercourse so that the sperms flows?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jul 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hi

u can take up to one year to make urself conceive.

fluid contain sperm which are important only .

after intercourse they travel toward the fallopian tube and come in contact with female ovum.

it is normal to spill fluid after sex .

u can keep ur pelvis in upward direction for few minute to divert fluid inside .
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General Surgeon Dr. Avinash A's  Response
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first get your husbands sperm analysis done..if its normal start having sex every alternative day starting from 8thday of your periods..also buy a LH kit to know your ovulation time and have intercourse frequently during that period..its not the quantity of sperms that matters but the quality..even a drop of sperm can lead to a pregnancy..lie down flat for about 20-30 min after he ejaculates inside..it doesnt matter even if the fluid comes out..its just one motile sperm that is required to reach your ovum..hope you are clear now..all the best
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