The Best Sex Positions to Conceive - CONCEIVE PLUS

The Best Sex Positions to Conceive

It’s a long-standing debate: can your sex position make a difference in how likely you are to conceive? The bottom line is that it’s possible to get pregnant in any position. Sperm can travel into the fallopian tubes from any angle, even when the woman is on top. Some studies, however, have found that a couple of positions can help to maximize the amount of sperm that enter through the cervix.

Missionary Position

Missionary is the tried-and- true standard for trying to conceive. The position enables deep penetration, and the woman being on her back tilts the vagina down towards the cervix. This can make it easier for sperm to enter the uterus.

Doggy Style

Doggy style is an ideal position for deep penetration, placing sperm as close as possible to the cervix. Other positions in which the man enters from behind, such as spooning or the woman laying on her stomach, also allow this kind of penetration.

Positions to Avoid

The goal in choosing a sex position is to maximize the amount of sperm that can enter the uterus. Let gravity work for you by avoiding sex standing up, sitting, or with the woman on top. These positions can definitely still result in a pregnancy, but they may reduce the number of sperm that make it to the finish line.

A Caveat

While missionary and doggy style may be the best positions for maximizing sperm entry, there are other factors to consider. Regardless of position, it’s most important that you have sex regularly, particularly leading up to ovulation. You should make sure that you and your partner are having fun and feeling relaxed as much as possible. If changing up your positions helps with that, it’s worthwhile, even if that means trying out something that’s not on this list. MORE ABOUT CONCEIVE PLUS If you have just started trying to get pregnant or have been trying for a while, Conceive Plus® can help increase your chances of conception naturally! Recommended by doctors, pharmacists and fertility clinics in more than 60 countries, this is the fertility friendly lubricant approved by the FDA and a prescription is not required.