Can you choose the gender of your baby? Does when, where, and how you have sex have anything to do with whether you conceive a boy or a girl? Getting pregnant may never be the same after you watch this pregnancy video!
There's no reason that you can't enjoy great sex - even when you're suffering from joint pain! Here are the best positions for sex with sore joints.
You will have to wait awhile to get back on the sex bandwagon. It might not feel like much of a wait though - sex may just be the furthest thing from either of your minds!
What's more fun than making a baby? Here, the most effective ways to go about it.
You've succeeded in conceiving a baby. Does that mean the sex stops for 9 months? Don't stop getting intimate with your partner. Watch this video to dispel pregnancy sex myths you may have heard. Then, head to the bedroom!
Whoa there, cowgirl! Now may not be the best time to let him do that. There are a few things that might not be a good fit with your pregnant sex life.
Sex post-baby is a sensitive and confusing topic. After how many weeks are you allowed to have sex? Is the vagina forever changed? Do we even have the desire? Clarify the myths, questions and concerns with this video.
A pregnant woman's body and sex drive alters as she progresses through each trimester. Her breasts, her orgasms and her vagina will all undergo changes. Understand what occurs during the first, second and third trimester.
Childbirth is a beautiful event to witness, but the experience is sometimes traumatizing to men. Whether it's the anxiety or the blood, some new dads actually experience a loss of sex drive. Learn about how to solve this intimacy problem.
Men are always up for having sex, right? Wrong! Watch this video to learn about low sexual desire, erectile dysfunction and more challenges that might prevent conception for couples seeking to have children.
Hormones can wreak havoc on a woman's body whether they're pregnant or not, but they especially have a significant effect on pregnant women. Learn about which hormones impact a woman's desire to have sex.
Stay-at-home dads find themselves sparking friendships with other mothers while his own partner is at work, leading to a wife's concerns of emotional infidelity. Learn about other issues a dad's presence at home may create, and how to resolve them.
A congenital disease, like brain damage or cerebral palsy, can be passed from mother to baby via an infection. These birth defects are from transmission which can happen during vaginal delivery, as with herpes, or in utero, like with rubella.
Women may experience some unexpected obstacles to conceiving a child. Whether it's low sexual desire or trouble reaching orgasm, learn about the causes and how to start out on the path to conception.
A new mother is preoccupied with breastfeeding, changing diapers and comforting a crying baby. Her sexy self-esteem and sexual desire sometimes plummets. Watch this video to learn about the reasons and solutions.
After giving birth, you may just want to use your bedroom for snatching sleep! Here's what to expect when you are done expecting.
Chances are good that you had sex at least once prior to your pregnancy. There's no reason you can't continue to have great sex - safely!