Think it helps to have sex more than once a day or raise hips afterward? You are mistaken — but you are not alone, survey shows.
Most women no doubt know how babies are made. But a new survey suggests many are confused or misinformed on some of the fine points.
Researchers from Yale University decided to do the survey after finding some misconceptions about conception among their own patients, says study leader Jessica lluzzi, an obstetrician and gynecologist in New Haven, Conn.
“We have patients who want to get pregnant who come in saying ‘We're having sex several times a day after I ovulate,' ” she says — not knowing that they have just described a very poor strategy for getting pregnant.
Their survey of 1,000 women ages 18 to 40 around the country found that:
Half wrongly believed that having sex more than once a day increases chances of conceiving. Sperm counts …
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