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Trying to concieve. Soreness after sex. Solution?

I am TTC with my husband. Only problem is when I get a positive OPK after we have sex I find that I am sore and the tissues feel irritated and raw. Which makes it difficult to have more sex as the soreness puts me off. Is there anything I can do to prevent this as we would like to be able to have sex once a day during my fertile period....
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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The cause of soreness is most likely due to lack of lubrication or too much pressure. This can be alleviated by using lubricant creams,but, please remember that certain creams are harmful to the sperms. It is sufficient if you can have unprotected intercourse on alternate days during the fertile period. Some precautions that can be taken are-do not move and lie in a supine position if you have an anteverted uterus and in prone position if you have a retroverted uterus for at least half-an-hour after the act. You may visit a specialist for further suggestions. Good luck.
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