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we plan to have a baby but everytime we make love, the sperm will just come out from my it still possible to get pregnant or not?because there is no sperm to unite the egg. thank you and im hoping and expecting a positive answer with regards to my concern?

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replied June 29th, 2010
Getting Pregnant Answer A13671
Hi, Welcome to eHealth forum!

If immediately after sex, the semen is pouring out then the pelvic tilt is not right. Place a pillow under the hip while having sex. Let your partner gently pull out. Immediately push your knees up to your abdomen. This will increase the pelvic tilt. Remain like this for 5 mins and then stay in bed with pillow under the hips for 15-20 minutes. Then only remove the pillow.

Try in this position for 3-4 months. Keep a check on your ovulation timing and try close to that several times. Remember in your case both timing and position is important. If still you do not conceive, then consult a specialist.

Hope this helps. Take care!

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