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We are planning for baby .How many times should we need to have sex? Currently we having once in week . My wife periods are 30days normal .We got married one year back
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It’s better to have sex more number of time specially during ovulation period. For further details and suggestions feel free to reach out to me either online or in person.
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Once a week frequency is very less... U need to have sexual activity regularly in fertile days or during ovulation days... To be a parent soon
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According to your cycle
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On fertile days 10-19 days for 28days cycle
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Calculate the fertile days according to her cycle, and meet on those days alternative day
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Consult
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Try in fertile period Reach me online via practo
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