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Helping A Woman Conceive - What Should We Be Doing?

I know there is topic on women trying to conceive but most times the guy is the infertile one and coming from our cultural background the woman takes blame. I believe this thread will help identifying the dos and donts of helping a woman conceive.

Please share ideas.

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the first step is always to run a test on both couples to know or clear any medical hurdles that might impede successful treatment or chances

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And i am saying that is only 5% of the whole shebang. . . .

Even a man with the most healthiest Fluid won't bear a child if one of the female reproductive schitzo is faulty and women have MANY!!!

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I believe the need for this thread is hiden in your your argument - Without the healthy sperm the highlighted cannot or will not fulfil its purpose. So a man need to play his own part - by eating and execrising right.

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This is hilarious. . . . .

What should men be doing?

Women have more to think about than men. . . . .Apart from the fact that a man must produce healthy Fluid strong enough to fertilize, there's little he can do to influence the outcome.

Whereas, a woman must think about her womb, eggs, fallopian tubes, latent infections, fibroids, chemical balance, hormonal balance, etc.

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How do you know you are giving or doing the right thing - your shi t could be watery as you are not eating the right stuff or execrising the right way

A doctor once told me to avoid soaking myself in hot bubble bath.

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There's a lot to read and learn, but if both man and woman are heatlhy, it really works.

http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/bbt/bbtfaq.html

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hey, that is not man' work unless you are a doctor.

Our own is to do our work on Bed and leave the less.

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A man's ultimate goal should be the delivery of 100% healthy spermatozoa

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