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My wife and I are trying to conceive. Is it true that we should wait 48 hours between the times we have sex so my sperm can redevelop? The thing is, I ended up ejaculating in my sleep and then had sex with my wife about six hours later because it was one of the key days for getting pregnant. Do you think my sperm will be too weak or undeveloped to get her pregnant because I ejaculated too recently? Thanks for your help.
After having unprotected sex, how long should I wait before I can check whether I’m pregnant? What’s the best way to test for pregnancy?
I am planning to marry my girlfriend who is four years older than me. I’m 25 and she’s 29. Is there anything I should know about potential problems with our sexual life or her ability to bear a child?
My friend told me that if you have an STD, even if you’ve been treated, that you won’t be able to have a baby. Is that true? I got chlamydia from an old boyfriend, but I got tested and got medication from my doctor to get rid of it. Now I’m in love with someone new, and I wonder if I’ll ever be able to have kids.