I'm a young mother to one beautiful little boy born in August of 09. My fiance and I have been having unprotected sex since April of this year, and still nothing. He's got one daughter himself so I know he's not infertile. And I don't think I could be since I have one son. Since I've been with him my period has been normal...though when we moved to Ft Hood and he left for school for almost 2 months I didn't have my period...maybe it was caused by the stress of being alone in a new state I knew nothing about? Anyway, we're still trying...but I don't understand why it hasn't happened yet. I admit I'm not the healthiest or the skinniest...never have been...but he's very healthy....I wonder if the size of the man matters? Just taking a shot in the dark here...but does it matter how deep the man is in when he cums?? I also heard that it may be harder to conceive if a man goes down on you because of the saliva and female juices that make it difficult for sperm to go very far...we both want a baby so bad...but it just seems like it's not going to happen for us any time soon and we want to have one before the time gap gets too big.View Thread
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