There are many factors that play a part when it comes to having a baby. Still, it’s worth giving these positions a shot as they may help.
This position increases the degree of penetration as well as places the woman in a prone position and these factors combine to allow the sperm to be deposited close to the cervical opening. As a bonus this position lets you more easily communicate with your partner during sex.
Doggy style, or from behind, is when the woman kneels facing away from her partner and then he penetrates her from behind. This position allows for deeper penetration, so he deposits the sperm near the cervix.
For this position, the woman will lay down facing away from her partner and he penetrates her from behind. Despite penetration not being as deep, the increase in relaxation can increase your chances of conceiving.
Living on the edge
You lay on the edge of the couch or bed and while your man enters from the front by kneeling or standing. This position is on the list because of the deep penetration and as an added bonus, it is unusual, so it can be more exciting.
The woman will lay down on her side with her bottom leg between her husband’s legs. Her top leg can straddle or lift over his side. The man will lay perpendicular with the bottom leg underneath his partner’s and the top leg between hers.
In this position, you need to lie on the edge of the table or bed. Have your man stand up, step in between your feet and raise your hips with his hands. You then need to put your legs over his shoulders and slightly tilt your hips upwards as he penetrates you.
The woman raises one leg over one of the man’s shoulders and shifts her weight onto the opposing hip. He then straddles her thigh and enters using her leg to support himself. This position him to reach your G-spot.
The woman lies on her back, wrapping her legs around the partner who penetrates her from above. This is very similar to the missionary position, but the raising legs of the woman make a significant improvement in the penetration angle.
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