Intercourse time issueHello ,
I am Imran 31 years old.
I got married 8 months ago all were going well. But my wife did not pregnant. Our reports all clear like my semen analysis and my wife reports
Main issue is I have very short time of intercourse not more then 2 minutes. But my wife required at least 10 minutes.
Please suggest me for time increasing medicines.
Imran30 on 2018-07-27
Urepierk last year
The time length of intercourse has nothing to do with getting pregnant.
Sperm once in the female can live for up to 5 days.
Sperm can enter the egg and female become pregnant , days after sex.
Please google start and stop technique to increase your time.
Three minutes is considered adequate - work on
Foreplay to satisfy your wife.
[Edited by simone717 on 2018-07-27 16:51:58]
♥ simone717 last year
Here is semen Analysis Report:
Volume 2.5 ml
Colour Greyish White
Reaction PH 7.5
Time Liquification 30 min
Total Sperm Count 70 Million
Leucocytes 1 - 2 /hpf
R.B.C Nill / hpf
Motile 1st Hrs 65%
Sluggish Motile 20%
Non Motile 15%
Normal Form 90%
Abnormal Form 10%
Imran30 last year
Anyone can join the forum and give advice- often
People who know very little about homeopathy prescribe. So please
Give your info that you are a homeopath on your profile , that way
People can click your name and understand you
Are a professional. There are not many real homeopaths on here-
I edited my post, thanks for helping people.
[Edited by simone717 on 2018-07-27 16:54:54]
♥ simone717 last year
[Edited by sagheerahmed on 2018-11-29 22:09:41]
sagheerahmed 10 months ago
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