Your question: What lube is good for getting pregnant?

Can you get pregnant if you use lube?

Will using lubricant while trying to conceive affect my chances of getting pregnant? So, laboratory studies demonstrate that lube can significantly impair sperm. But what does that mean for real-life use? Interestingly, it seems that lube use doesn’t have much of an effect on chances of natural conception.

Can you use coconut oil as lube when trying to conceive?

Oil. It might sound slightly nutty, but natural oils like canola, almond, olive, or coconut oil all make excellent lubricants. Each of these are easily and naturally absorbed by the body, and are all safe on sperm.

Can I still get pregnant if I pee right after?

Great question! The short answer is no. Urinating (peeing) after sex will have no effect on whether you get pregnant. The only way to prevent pregnancy is to use an effective birth control method.

Can coconut oil as lube prevent pregnancy?

“I typically advise my patients who are trying to conceive to avoid using coconut oil as a lubricant,” says Kashani. “There are some small studies in animal models that demonstrate sperm cannot swim as well through this type of lubricant since it is oil-based.”

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Does putting your legs up help you get pregnant?

For instance, there is no evidence that either lying flat or elevating your legs for an extended period of time after intercourse will improve your chances of getting pregnant.

Is it best to conceive in the morning or at night?

Sperm generally fertilizes an egg within 72 hours of sex, taking advantage of a broad ovulation window. But when that window is shorter than 72 hours, trying to conceive in the morning has the chance of catching the tail end of a window that might otherwise close before bedtime.