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By Anonymous December 18, 2014 - 1:08am
 
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i'm male 32 years and my wife is 30 years and married for 2 years and trying for a child so can you please guide..
we have sex only monthly twice, as she is leaving out of station due to studies and also I Masturbation twice a day from past 15 years.
so it this the reason.
also I want to know the side effects of Masturbation.

please help me.

Thanks,
Aryan

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Hello Aryan,

Welcome to EmpowHER and thank you for coming to us with for advice.

There are no side effects associated with masturbation. But, if you want to conceive, have intercourse with your wife instead.

To increase your chances of conceiving,

Take advantage of what doctors call the "fertile window" to boost your chances of pregnancy. The fertile window is the six-days that end on the day of ovulation. Pregnancy is most likely to occur with intercourse within the three days before ovulation.

Drinking too much coffee or too much alcohol can impair a woman's fertility.Experts say that drinking more than five cups of coffee a day, which is the equivalent of about 500 milligrams of caffeine, is associated with lower fertility.

Some lubricants can actually decrease fertility. When you're trying to get pregnant, be sure to avoid products that have spermicidal agents.

Just a few suggestions.

Regards,
Maryann

December 18, 2014 - 10:13am
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