Can’t get pregnant
Your man’s sperm health is one factor that you need to take into consideration when planning your pregnancy. Even if you have sex during the most fertile days, track your ovulation and do everything by the book to make a baby, his sperms can have a totally different plan. While it is true that the quality of the sperm could be affected by a number of reasons — age, smoking, exposure to electromagnetic waves, etc., too much sex too often could also be one of the reason. Sure, you didn’t see this one coming. Here are 10 superfoods that can fight erectile dysfunction and improve libido. 

While some studies suggest that men who ejaculate at least four times in a month have better sperm quality and morphology, another study just proved that sex with the same partner (same female stimuli) can make one sexually less aroused and leads to a decline in the sperm quality and activity. Here are nine ways to give your man best sex ever, after marriage.

Why this happens
Secretion of semen and sperms depend on a lot of factors and one of them being the reproductive status of the woman and how appealing they look to the man. During ejaculation, the quality of the sperm and semen depend on these variables. So when a man is having sex repeatedly with the same partner, the quality of the sperm and semen declines. However, if there aren’t any other health conditions affect sperm production, the same enhances when there is a change in partner. Time to ejaculate also decreases when there is a new partner as the sperms are more active to the new stimuli and realise this situation as a new competition to reach for the egg. Here are six best sex positions to get pregnant faster.

What you can do
Don’t blame your partner for this physiological change. All you know, he might be trying hard as you are to make a baby. Instead, bring the spice back into your sex life. There are various ways to do that:
  • Make foreplay more interesting
  • Act his fantasies
  • Try having sex out of your bedroom to break the monotony
  • Try different sex positions
  • Whisper sweet nothings when in bed or talk dirty
  • Surprise him with your sex moves: dirty dancing, striptease anything that works
  • Talk to a therapist if you need to. Don’t delay it.
Koukounas E, Over R. Changes in the magnitude of the eyeblink startle response during habituation of sexual arousal. Behav Res Ther. 2000 Jun;38(6):573-84.PubMed PMID: 10846806.
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