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Does sex everyday reduce sperm count and decrease the chance of getting pregnant? I have pcos and hence unable to track ovulation correctly.
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Sex daily  for pregnancy is sometimes successful. Depending on your husband's age and semen count the frequency of the sex is advised. For men above 30 they need at least one day a relaxation in between the sex practice for pregnancy. This will improve their sex desire and the semen quality and quantity.
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Hi, Having sex daily has no such harm but it’s a mutual choice between you and your partner. Further get proper details and assistance. Would be happy to help you.
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