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necessary for both partners to climax simultaneously?

Is it necessary for both partners to climax simultaneously in order for the female to get pregnant? Is is necessary for the female partner to cum also when the male ejaculates for a successful impregnation? I am confused. I heard people say that it is necessary to have the female partner cum and then you ejaculate around the same time in order to get her pregnant. Is it true? Please advice.
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replied December 13th, 2012
Hello, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

No, it is not true. Often there is a difference in the timing of climax between the two partners. The classical orgasm that you so read about is also often absent. However, this does not mean that the people involved did not enjoy the ‘experience’ and this also does not mean that you cannot get pregnant. For a woman to become pregnant, it is important for a male to ejaculate into her vagina. The second most important thing is that this ejaculation should happen multiple times close to the woman’s ovulation date. I would sincerely advise you to buy an ovulation prediction kit and try several times close to your ovulation date. Hope this helps. Take care!



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replied September 20th, 2013
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So what do u mean about ejaculation of both male and female. means only man sperm required for concieving??
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replied September 20th, 2013
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Yes, of course. The woman has the egg, the man the sperm. Together they can make a baby. A women does not even need to orgasm to get pregnant, but the man must orgasm and ejaculate for the woman to get pregnant.
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