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FAQ's ON WOMEN BREAST

My breasts were really small untill this past year. I am 14 and I have 32c's. Last year I was a not even A, but you young girls need to know that just because you're small now doesn't mean you are always going to be that way. You have support from me and just so you know you are beautiful without big breasts!

salina

I am an 18-year old female with asymmetrical breasts. I don't mind that my breasts are small, and I don't mind that they are uneven. However, I have become very insecure with my body because my breasts do not look like fully developed breasts. My areola is very large and it protrudes away from my chest. It basically looks like I have small mounds. There is little or no breast development around my areola. I don't know if this makes sense. But I don't know how else to describe my breasts. Do you think I am a late bloomer? My breasts look like they just stopped developing before it ever got the chance to finish. They have looked like this for about 5 years and I also got my period when I was 12. Do you think my breasts will continue to develop or am I stuck with my little uneven nubs?
It sounds like all is well and normal.
Your breasts probably developed just fine and finished developing back years ago. This 'mound' look is common and normal, nothing to worry about. I'm guessing your nipples are flat..
I'm an 18-year-old with small, sagging breasts and large areolas, and I always thought that there was something wrong with my breasts sagging so early in my life. I never seemed to match what the media told me was "normal" for girls my age and even women older than me. We girls get few chances to see what other girls' breasts look like (in normal settings), so we have to see what is normal for women with what is available - super-models and actresses, which can foster the belief that that there is something wrong with girls like me. So, thank you again for having your site, with pictures, so that I now know that there is nothing wrong with my breasts. This had greatly boosted my self-confidence, so, thanks again!
I was feeling really low about my breasts and my body image, I had lost a lot of weight and I was more miserable then ever because of my breasts. I had always had this vision growing up and having a perfect little body like my mother enjoyed in her youth or having perky breast like my friends, but when I looked at my own, I thought something had gone terribly wrong. Since the only breast I'd ever seen were those of my young friends, I had no idea, until I saw your web-site that I am perfectly normal. I have a much more positive body image now, and even though my breasts may be bigger and sagging for someone of a young age, they are mine, given to me to feed and nurture my children and I won't trade them.
Hey, I'm 20 and my breasts are different sizes. I would understand if they were not obvious but they are. One is like a 34B and the other a 32C. I am really worried. Will they grow to be the same? Shall I change my diet to help the other one grow? Please help me!
It is not that rare for women to have asymmetrical breasts where the difference is very noticeable (1 or 2 cup sizes). It is relatively uncommon, but not "super" uncommon.
Diet will not help, because there really isn't any food that would make breasts to grow.
I have always been a 34AA (training bra size) and am now 24 years old. I spent my entire teenage years waiting for my breasts to grow, wishing and crying and thinking I was ugly or unwomanly. To all you young girls out there who have gone through this or are going through it now, you are beautiful in so many ways, and no guy who wants a girl for her boobs, or who complains about your chest size, is EVER worth it. I am now going out with a wonderful, attractive man, and my small chest does not bother him. And once guys and girls get past their hormone driven immaturity, there are few people who judge you on the size of your chest, and those who do are still not worth your time.

Angela

I had my son at 21 and even though all the young moms I knew formula-fed, I was determined to never have a bottle touch my son's lips. When my son was born he was small and didn't take to the breast that easily, everyone for the exception of my husband wanted me to give up and formula-feed. But it was my strong will that made it happen and now my son is 2 years old and loves his boo-boos as he so calls them. I never once had complications with my breast and I must admit now that he is weaning away from them I begin to miss that comfortable feeling of having him on them. It is amazing on the strong bond you feel when nourishing your child, I wouldn't trade it for the world and I know for a fact any other children I have will always be breastfed.

Tanya

Is it alright to wear a bra to bed? I don't want to make my breasts smaller because they're already small, but what exercises should I avoid so my boobs don't get smaller? Oh yeah, does sleeping on your stomach or with a bra make your boobs bigger?

laura

My friend stuffs her bra, and I was wondering does that slow down or stop her breast from growing? Really important! confused
Is it true if a girl doesn't wear a bra then the breasts grow better or bigger? Or when wearing bra while sleeping will increaze their size??? Is all that true? please help me! Do you think am normal so? Am I attractive this way?? And what kind of food will maybe increase their size or be good to breast??? There must be some food, please name some.

Mary

These are all just myths. skinny people have less fat in their breasts. Of course it is good to exercise for your general health's sake.
Sleeping on your stomach does not affect your breasts as long as your breasts don't hurt from it.
Bra wearing or not also should not affect breast development at all, nor stuffing your bra or not. However, it is recommendable not to wear a bra to bed. Your breasts need free time from bras.
Okay, I am about 5'1 and I only weigh about 50 kgs and I am wondering if I got to about a 60kgs would I have bigger boobs because I think it's because that I am so skinny that I have not developed. I am 19 by the way. Is my weight causing me to have small boobs? Because even when my friend was 55 something kgs, she had big boobs. Oh yeah, sometimes my breast itches and my mom says it's because the skin is streching. Is that true? Thank you so much this will tell me what I should do,

Sona

You are a little bit on the skinny side but not necessarily underweight (I cannot tell). Being skinny can keep your breasts a little smaller than if you weighed more, because breasts are mostly fat. However, I do not see small breasts as being any problem - many girls and women have small breasts, and they are perfectly normal! Itching IS a sign of skin streching, so your breasts ARE indeed growing!
Hi I'm 25, 5 foot 4 and a 30C. Is this a weird size because nobody else seems to be a 30C?? My mum is 38FF does this mean I will grow that big? I am a size 8 and I got my period when I was 13, is a 30C smaller than say a 38 C?? I dont really understand. Thanks, Ana

Hello Ana,

It's not a weird size at all. Also, C cup in band size 30 is NOT the same as C cup in band size 38. 30C is a smaller cup than 38C. I don't know if you will get as big as your mom. Remember that she has been through pregnancy, and breast size can change because of that.
I'm 26 and just found your site. It's great, and has helped me out. I feel so liberated to get this off my chest, and that there is a place for me to do so. However, I feel like I want the reverse of everybody else. Thank you for providing this! Anyways, my friend is always saying she wishes she had bigger breasts, and says she's jealous of me. I'm a 34b. They look fine, don't sag, I'd say mine are pretty average but personally, I hate the size of my breasts. For a long time, I was really flat chested, but my breasts have gradually grown (to my dismay!).
I have another friend who has small breasts, 32a, and I'm so jealous of her. When we went swimming, she commented that small breasts are great for sports, and I whole-heartedly agreed (that was when I noticed my breasts weren't as small as I thought). Another friend once greeted me by saying "hey, you've got breasts now!". I was horrified when I found out I was a B. I always wanted to be A.
I don't want big breasts like the media shows. I'm an athlete, and the only thing I'll ever need breasts for is breast-feeding, and I don't intend to have children, not for a long time. You don't need breasts to play soccer, is what I always say. I always thought I'd have small breasts and was happy, even looking forward to that. But my mom has fairly large breasts (she's somewhat overweight, however). Is that what's in my future?
Since breast development is usually over about 2 years after the period comes, your breasts are probably about the size they are going to be and should not get any bigger. They might still grow just slightly and the unevenness may even out some. But most women have slightly different size breasts so it may not change at all.
So for the most part, it's all done for now (until pregnancy). During pregnancy breasts will grow again.
Size B is not large, nor small. Kind of average. So just don't worry about any of this. You should be able to do sports just fine.
Your mom has gone thru pregnancy (or several) and is overweight, and both of those can change breast size considerably. Often, after weaning, breasts do go back close to their original size, but not always. Being overweight just about always makes your breasts bigger.
I'm a 19 year old female with a 36 A breast and a 36 B. I hit my period just 3 months before I turned 15, and my mother and fathers mother were both late-bloomers. I'm also 6'1" with an hourglass figure (minus the spare tire) and I have flaming red hair. I've always been self concious about the fact that my rib cage is larger than my breasts, I have suffered an abusive and neglectful childhood, was homeless at 16, and found myself depressed and bulimic. I have since recovered, but my breasts were a huge sore spot for me. I found your website and it helped me so much with accepting my body.
Unfourtanately I have now hit that period that my friends hit when they were much younger than me. For six months my hormones have been raging, strange mood swings, boy-crazy, change in body temperature, weight-fluctuation, and recently my breasts have been extremely sore. And I guess I just wanted to know if this is not only normal, but possible for my age. I don't have any women to talk to about these problems, and would appreciate any feedback. Is it possible that my breasts have just truly begun to grow at age 19? Or is the pain in my breasts something I should see my doctor about. I have no lumps, just constant soreness for the past month and the feeling that the skin around my nipples is stretching.
The soreness and the skin stretching are DEFINITELY signs of breast growth. And, there are other girls whose breasts take "growth spurts" at around your age so it's not unheard of.
I suspect that the emotional events in your puberty and the bulimia, when you were 15-16, somehow stalled your development, and now as things are more stable, it is continuing. Bulimia and anorexia definitely can stop pubertal development. Maybe that happened to you. I cannot state that for sure though.
Try to take good care of your body (your mind too!) by eating healthy diet and even taking supplements. Growing body needs good nutrition, and this might be even more important since your body has suffered from malnutrition in the past.
Hi, my name is Tani. I am 13 years old, and I am very concerned about my breasts. I saw a picture of The Tubular breast deformity and mine look exactly like that. I started searching around the internet when I recently just watched a plastic surgery where a lady had the deformity. And I was wondering is it possible to have a girl as young as the age of 13 to have Tubular breast deformity? I am just very concerned.

Toni

The "tubular breast deformity" really means underdeveloped (also called hypoplastic) breasts. In other words, it has to do with breasts that don't develop enough glandular tissue (the milk-making tissue). That is why women with underdeveloped breasts cannot produce enough milk for their babies.
Just having small breasts or tubular-shaped breasts doesn't mean they are underdeveloped. You can only know for sure that your breasts are underdeveloped IF they don't grow during pregnancy, and don't produce enough milk for the baby. At your age, your breasts are probably still developing and it's impossible to tell at this point if you will be one of those women suffering from it

FAQ's for Men Sexual Health

Premature Ejaculation Cure

Premature ejaculation is a condition that affects men of all ages. The condition itself is the inability of a man to be able to control the amount of time he takes to reach orgasm and ejaculate.
Current research places the number of men who are affected by premature ejaculation between 20% and 30% of the entire male population. This number reflects the number of cases actually reported to physicians and therapists; the number of men affected by premature ejaculation – but who suffer in their bedrooms silently – could quite easily be much greater.
There are several theories on what causes premature ejaculation, but most physicians agree that it is not a disease. Rather, premature ejaculation is usually precipitated by one or more psychological factors. These include, but are not limited to: stress, depression, and anxiety. Other emotional factors more specific to the individual definitely play a role in his sexual performance.
Premature ejaculation is unfortunately a problem that plagues many men. Premature ejaculation can result in a diminished sex life, unhappy partners, decreased interest, and poor self-esteem. If you consistently can't perform to her standards, you're not a man. At least, in thought, you don't feel like the virile man that you should be. You could lose partners over this dilemma.

Signs and Symptoms of Premature Ejaculation:

Premature ejaculation can begin occurring at any point in a man’s life, it typically begins earlier in life and becomes more of a problem over time. During this period, the amount of time it takes to orgasm continues to decrease. Several things are happening to a man affected by this condition:

  • An increasing sense of anxiety over sexual contact (performance anxiety)
  • Loss of confidence
  • Increased stress levels
  • Decreased pleasure during sexual activity
  • Feelings of inadequacy and/or guilt in relation to sexual partner.

Medical research has revealed that the root cause of premature ejaculation stems from suppressed levels of serotonin production in your brain. Thus, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress syndrome all have an impact on premature ejaculation.
 

 

Myths and Facts About Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is the inability of a man to control the amount of time he takes to reach orgasm and ejaculate. Below you will find some common myths about premature ejaculation, and the facts as related to this issue.
Myth: Premature ejaculation is a rare problem that affects few men.
Fact: Premature ejaculation actually affects more men than people generally assume. Most experts on the subjects estimate that somewhere between twenty and thirty percent of men suffer from premature ejaculation. This number could actually be far greater, since this figure solely is based on those men who seek medical attention for the disorder. You are not alone; there are plenty of men out there who are unable to control when they climax.
Myth: Premature ejaculation is a sickness or disease.
Fact: Premature ejaculation is not a sickness or disease. It is a disorder generally related to emotional or psychological factors dependent upon the individual man, as well as low levels of serotonin production in the brain.
Myth: If you try and focus on something else, you’ll last longer in bed.
Fact: Unfortunately, trying to shift your focus while in bed can exacerbate the problem of premature ejaculation. Subconsciously, your mind will revert to the subject matter you are trying to avoid – climaxing. Although it sounds counterintuitive, you should pay attention to what your body is doing when you climax early. The root of the problem lies in the activity of sex itself. Since premature ejaculation is psychologically or emotionally driven, get in touch with the emotions you are experiencing during the sex act. Anxiety and tension only makes the problem worse in most cases.
Myth: Some men are naturally better at controlling their ejaculation.
Fact: Everyone is unique, and that is a definitive fact. Some men are better at controlling ejaculations, but this has more to do with their emotional state. If you are well-adjusted, most things come more naturally, including the control over your ejaculations. You are not born genetically predisposed to premature ejaculation. However, with natural supplements, such as HIMALAYAN NIAGRA you can eliminate your premature ejaculation problems – giving you the confidence and sex life you deserve.
Myth: Premature ejaculation means you can only last a few minutes.
Fact: There is no set time limit that means you are a premature ejaculator or not, but medical experts generally agree that if you consistently ejaculate less than two minutes after insertion, you may have sexual dysfunction.
The average man lasts slightly over seven minutes. That is an average; the only person who can determine if you have premature ejaculation is yourself and your partner; if the two of you are unsatisfied with the length of time it takes for you to ejaculate, then you most likely are experiencing erectile dysfunction.
Researching on the internet will yield plenty of results for treatments that others have tried. As with anything, there are varying degrees of success. One product that has been proven to achieve results for a great deal of men is HIMALAYAN NIAGRA Besides proven results, it treats the core root of your premature ejaculation problem – by providing your brain with the needed ingredients to boost your serotonin production.

10 Frequently Asked Questions About Premature Ejaculation

Q: Is premature ejaculation a disease?
A: Premature ejaculation is not a disease; it is not communicable. It is a disorder generally related to emotional or psychological factors dependent upon the individual man. In very rare cases, climaxing early indicates a physical ailment, such as prostate cancer. Your doctor may wish to have you physically examined to rule out anything more serious, however.
Q: What exactly is premature ejaculation?
A: Premature ejaculation is the inability of a man to be able control the amount of time he takes to reach orgasm and ejaculate.
Q: Is premature ejaculation hereditary?
A: The answer to this question is, unequivocally, no. Premature ejaculation is generally precipitated by emotional and/or psychological factors, not genetics. Research has tied premature ejaculation with low serotonin levels in the brain, which are often precipitated by stress, depression, or post traumatic stress syndrome.
Q: How do I know if I’m affected by premature ejaculation?
A: Medically speaking, if you consistently ejaculate within two minutes of insertion, you have premature ejaculation symptoms. However, as each man’s biological workings are different, you simply need to ask yourself, “am I satisfied with my performance time?” If you are not, then most likely you have a problem with premature ejaculation.

Q: Who is affected by premature ejaculation?

A: Men of all ages can be affected by premature ejaculation. Most experts on the subject approximate that the men who suffer from premature ejaculation consist of 20% - 30% of the entire male population. This number could actually be far greater, since this figure is strictly based on those men who seek medical attention for the disorder.
Q: How can I overcome premature ejaculation?
A: There are several ways you can overcome premature ejaculation. First and foremost, you should try to reduce the stress in your life. Generally speaking, lifestyle changes help to promote a greater sense of well-being. Exercise, speaking with a therapist, dietary changes, physical exercises to last longer in bed, and dietary supplements are all great ways to fight back against premature ejaculation.
The easiest way to manage premature ejaculation, without making major changes to your lifestyle is a highly effective, natural supplement called HIMALAYAN NIAGRA. Providing your brain with the building blocks to boost serotonin production, HIMALAYAN NIAGRA eliminates premature ejaculation easily – you simply need to take the supplement as you would a vitamin.
Q: Is premature ejaculation treatable with medication?
A: You can treat premature ejaculation with certain selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), such as Prozac. However, there are many negative side effects with these prescription antidepressants, including the inability to maintain an erection.
There are also effective natural remedies, which utilize FDA approved ingredients to safely treat premature ejaculation. One of the best products available is HIMALAYAN NIAGRA, which has a very high rate of success. By giving your brain additional building blocks to increase serotonin production, HIMALAYAN NIAGRA targets your problems with premature ejaculation at the core.
Q: Can I stop prematurely ejaculating by focusing on something else in bed?
A: This is not advised, as the root of the problem is stress and/or anxiety. Subconsciously, your mind will want to specifically think about what you are avoiding. Thinking about something else only serves to make the problem worse. Focus on what is happening inside and outside of your body when the problem occurs. This may help you get to the root of the problem.
Q: Is there anything I can do physically to increase the time it takes to ejaculate?
A: The most effective method of treating premature ejaculation is to target the source of the problem. Supplements, such as HIMALAYAN NIAGRA, give your brain the ability to produce more serotonin, thus curing your sexual life of the ailment of premature ejaculation.

Herbal Remedy For Permature Ejaculation

HIMALAYAN NIAGRA contains safe, natural ingredients that help your body make larger amounts of serotonin. This means that they essentially have the same effect as prescription medications without causing negative side effects. HIMALAYAN NIAGRA boosts serotonin by giving your body the basic building blocks that it needs to create serotonin. When you give your body more of these ingredients, it can make more serotonin so that you can solve your premature ejaculation.

How to Increase Sperm Count

When it comes to infertility issues, there are many myths and misnomers out there to be avoided. Avoided because fertility myths typically discourage trying-to-conceive couples with discouraging (or simply frightening) misinformation. Among the most common myths? That it's mostly the woman who is to blame for infertility problems or delays in conceiving a baby.
The fact is about half of all infertility obstacles are contributed by men.
A second common (male) fertility myth is that sperm health is just about numbers - or sperm count. And while a healthy sperm count is a vital dimension of male fertility, there are clearly many other physiological factors (called sperm parameters) that are equally important.
Increasing Sperm Counts :male fertility is quite complex - and there are many variables impacting sperm health. Let's first look at sperm count and then we'll examine other key male fertility parameters - including sperm motility and morphology.
Sperm count is the number (or concentration) of sperm that should be present/measurable in a given sample. The World Health Organization provides guidelines for a healthy sperm count. The benchmark for a "normal" count is 20 million sperm per milliliter - given a total semen volume of 2 ml. That equates to a total number of sperm per/sample of 40 million.
If these large numbers are startling, one conclusion one may quickly draw is that it generally requires large numbers of sperm to ensure that a pregnancy is achieved. That's because only a relative few of these 20 to 40 million sperm are capable of making the long and difficult journey through the cervix to fallopian tube to the awaiting egg. And as there is typically only one egg released during ovulation into one fallopian tube, approximately 50% of any awaiting sperm will likely gather around the "wrong" fallopian tube entrance. Complicating things even more, under ideal circumstances, sperm can only live for a handful of days, so an egg must be "punctual" if conception is to take place.
If conceiving is a "numbers game", then sperm count is important. At the same time, a lower than average sperm count does not consign you to an infertility category. In fact, a low sperm count does not mean that you cannot conceive, it simply means that 1) it may take longer to conceive a baby 2) dietary, lifestyle, or health interventions may be required 3) ovulation prediction/timing intercourse in accordance with a prescribed frequency of intercourse may be advised Also, a "low sperm count" should not be confused with more serious issues like azoospermia, or not having any measurable sperm count at all (whether due to physiological obstructions or spermatogenesis issues).
Timing Intercourse and Sperm Counts Most doctors recommend that trying-to-conceive couples have sex regularly, even when its not your "fertile time" of the month. However, in cases of documented sperm count issues, time is a variable. Why? Time is a factor - as is the frequency of sex - because it takes time for sperm to both mature and/or accumulate. Thus, sperm counts can be boosted by simply increasing the time interval between sexual encounters. If you are trying to conceive, it is therefore doubly important that you chart fertility and predict ovulation in order to time intercourse for both female fertility as well as maximizing sperm counts. In the case of lower than average sperm counts, your health care provider will be able to suggest a frequency/schedule for procreative intercourse to ensure healthy counts.
Timing Intercourse and Sperm Counts Most doctors recommend that trying-to-conceive couples have sex regularly, even when its not your "fertile time" of the month. However, in cases of documented sperm count issues, time is a variable. Why? Time is a factor - as is the frequency of sex - because it takes time for sperm to both mature and/or accumulate. Thus, sperm counts can be boosted by simply increasing the time interval between sexual encounters. If you are trying to conceive, it is therefore doubly important that you chart fertility and predict ovulation in order to time intercourse for both female fertility as well as maximizing sperm counts. In the case of lower than average sperm counts, your health care provider will be able to suggest a frequency/schedule for procreative intercourse to ensure healthy counts.
Beyond Numbers: Other Sperm Parameters While sperm count is clearly vital, numbers do count. Sperm must be able to swim in a sustained, forward manner. They must be normally shaped. And they must exhibit metabolic attributes that promote longevity, speed, or endurance.
Sperm motility is defined as the capacity for sperm to propel themselves in a forward direction for a sustained period of time. No matter what the counts, if sperm are not motile - or do not have the metabolic qualities to sustain normal motility - then they will not be able to make the long journey required to reach and fertilize an egg. The same may be said of morphology, or "normal" sperm shape.
The origin of problems with these three fundamental sperm parameters (count, motility, and shape) may be diverse - from hardwired genetic issues to nutritional deficiencies to stress, smoking, or previous infections. So now we have identified the parameters and the problems, let's examine possible solutions.

Ways to Increase Sperm Counts

Improving sperm counts and promoting overall male fertility health is something all men can achieve through simple changes in diet and/or lifestyle. Let's take a look at some of things you can do...

  • Needless to say, bad health will lead to a compromised sperm count., illicit drug use, quit smoking, and moderate or quit drinking alcohol.
  • On the topic of sound health, consider cutting out unhealthy processed foods and switch to a high protein diet rich in vegetables and whole grains but low in fats. Organic foods when possible are also suggested!
  • Regular exercise is also a big part of a healthy lifestyle and will reduce stress hormones that may damage sperm. Getting in shape is good idea for fertility in general for both women and men. At the same time, over-exercise can be detrimental, and in particular avoid any exercises that my impact or stress the testicles. If you're an avid cycler, make sure you don't ride too much. A doctor can tell you more. Also consider stress-reducing exercise like yoga, tai chi, or meditation practice.
  • If you have a documented sperm count issue, then timing intercourse and regulating the frequency of sex (to around three day intervals) may be advised.
  • Its been suggested that sperm counts are highest during the morning hours. That would mean having procreative sex in morning to afternoon hours.
  • Heat can compromise sperm health. Avoid hot-tubs and even tight underwear or tight pair of trousers
  • Take HIMALAYAN NIAGRA and improve the sperm count.

Supplements like HIMALAYAN NIAGRA contain proven fertility-enhancing ingredients that have been shown to support key sperm parameters like motility and count.

HOW TO GET PREGNANT:

TIPS TO GET PREGNANT

Tip #1: Get To Know Your Cycle

Your ovulation period is typically the best time to get pregnant. Timing your ovulation cycle just right can help you know the best time to have intercourse to conceive a child.

Tip #2: Stop using any of the contraceptive methods

As soon as you make up your mind to get pregnant. Do not expect that you will get pregnant immediately after quitting the contraceptive method. It takes time before your body is ready for fertilization. If you are taking contraceptives stop that as it will take at least 9-10 months before you actually get pregnant.

Tip #3: Baby-making and Your Sex Life

One mistake couples make is not having enough sexual intercourse. To make sure sperm is in your fallopian tube at all times, you should have intercourse once every 48 hours. Afterwards, lay in bed for a few minutes so the sperm can enter the cervix.

Tip #4: Lead A Healthy Lifestyle

Avoid abusing drugs, cigarettes, or drinking alcohol. Give up bad health habits today, and you'll increase the odds of not only having a child, but having a HEALTHY child free of disease and complications later on during your term.

Tip #5: Let the sperms move

Do not visit washroom immediately after having sex. You must remain in bed for at least 5 minutes after sex. Allow sperms enough time to fertilize.

Tip#6: Using Herbal Medicines

It's popular belief pharmaceutical drugs are best for curing your conceiving problems, but it's not true.
The truth is, with natural medicines at work, not only will you conceive faster, but you'll conceive healthier without any unbearable side-effects .The herbal medicines that can be used for increasing the sperm count and erections are HIMALAYAN NIAGRA & KINGCOBRA respectively.

BEST POSITIONS TO GET PREGNANT:

1.The missionary position. Or man-on-top is said to be the position that's best for getting pregnant. This is because this particular position allows for the deepest possible penetration, making it possible for the sperm to get deposited closest to the cervix.
2. Raise the hips. Elevating the hips, which can be done by placing a pillow behind her, can also be helpful because this exposes the female cervix to as much semen as the male can release.
3. Doggy-style. The rear-entry position where the man enters the woman from behind is also a recommended position. In this position, sperm is also deposited closest to the cervix, thereby helping increase the chances of conception.
4. Side-by-side. You can also try having intercourse while lying side by side. This position likewise causes the most exposure of the cervix to the male sperm.

BEST TIME TO GET PREGNANT:

The period of time between ovulation and the first day of the menstrual period is known as the 'Luteal Phase' sometimes referred to as the 'Post Ovulation Time'. The length of the luteal phase is fixed and in the majority of women lasts for exactly 14 days. This number can vary with some women having a luteal phase of 15 or 16 days and others as short as 12 days, but, whatever the length of your luteal phase, it is always constant being the same number of days long, month in - month out... even if you have irregular periods. If you do have an irregular cycle then the 'irregular' part of the cycle is the first part up to ovulation. Once ovulation has occurred then your period will start exactly 14 days later (or however many days long your luteal phase is) unless of course fertilization has occurred.
What is the optimum moment for fertilization to occur?
Obviously this should be around the time of ovulation. The ovum will survive for a period of 12 hours or so in which it is capable of being fertilized. Ideally, fresh sperm should be inside the female body prior to ovulation so when this occurs fertilization can happen. The sperm can last for 3 or more days inside the woman's body, considerably more time than the fertile window of maybe 12 hours that the ovum has.
The secret to getting pregnant fast is to know your body. To learn what phase you are in and to predict as closely as possible when you will ovulate so that intercourse may be performed as close to this time as possible. Don't forget that lovemaking too often can reduce the virility of sperm and reduce the sperm count.
For women who have regular cycles, the time of ovulation can be quite accurately predicted. presuming that your 'luteal phase' is 14 days long (the most normal) then ovulation will occur sometime between days 11 and 14 of the cycle with day 1 being the first day of bleeding of your period.
If you have irregular periods then you can take a note of your cycles of the past few months and try to estimate an average length of period. You can then use the method above, it will be a little less accurate but will still give you a good idea as to when you should be ovulating. If lovemaking is undertaken once every 2 days or so then there should be sperm present inside you ready for when you ovulate.
A valuable method for getting to know your cycle and observing your body is by using the BBT method (Basal Body Temperature). To do this you need to use a special BBT thermometer which can be easily obtained. The thermometer is calibrated to show fractions of degrees. The method consists of taking your vaginal temperature every morning upon waking. The temperature is plotted daily on a graph. A notable rise in temperature occurs at the time of ovulation. By using this method you will be able to know exactly when you are ovulating and therefore be aware of the tell tale signs (such as subtle aches and sensations in the abdominal region) that accompany ovulation. You will also be able to calculate the exact length of your 'luteal phase' and note how it does not vary from month to month even if your periods are extremely irregular,
You can also confirm ovulation is occurring by observing the texture of your vaginal mucus. This generally has a thick texture which when seen under a microscope appears to consist of a mesh of fibers. As the hormones in your body change at the time of ovulation, so too does the texture of the mucus. It becomes clearer and thinner. When this is viewed under the microscope it appears that all of the fibers are parallel. This actually aids the sperm along their way to the ovum by means of capillary action, sucking up the sperm thus facilitating fertilization. The mucus remains like this for a period of two or three days - The ideal time for fertilization.
If you can combine all of the ideas noted here then it should help you to get to know your body and the rhythm of your monthly cycle facilitating the prediction of your exact ovulation time.

AVERAGE PENIS SIZE:

One question that is on the minds of many men at one time or another in their lives is whether or not they measure up below the belt when it comes to other guys.
Men of all ages often wonder if their penises are of normal size, or if they are bigger or smaller than the average.
The question of penis size is of vital importance to most men, who view the size of their endowments as a symbol of their manhood and virility.
Men who are unsatisfied with the size of their penis often suffer from serious bouts of low self esteem and depression. This can lead to feelings of inadequacy, not to mention a fear of intimacy.
In short, how you perceive your penis can be key to how your sex life plays out.

Penis Size Survey Results

Over the years there have been a number of surveys taken regarding the average penis size. The conclusions tend to vary as the circumstances of the surveys vary.
In surveys wherein the men measure themselves, the results can vary, as men might measure themselves in different ways. Furthermore, men tend to exaggerate their size when reporting the results.
Other studies have been performed in which researchers have measured men themselves in order to get a more objective view of the issue.
The problem with these studies is that they normally are done in restricted circumstances and do not take in to consideration such factors as age, race, ethnicity, nationality, and other key characteristics that may alter one’s perception of what normal is supposed to be.
The best idea for gauging what the average penis size is, then, is to take a look at several different surveys that have been made over the years – and to draw your own conclusions based on them.

Survey #1 (Dr. Kinsey)

For example, one of the most famous studies of all time was performed by the legendary sex researcher Dr. Kinsey in the late 1940s. This study involved about 3,500 college age men.
The results of that study was that the average erect length was about 6.21 inches, while the average erect girth was 4.85 inches. The problem with this study, however, is that all of the men in the study were of the same race, nationality, and age – white, American, and college age, respectively.
Furthermore, the survey was performed private, wherein the participants measure their own penises and marked the length on a postcard. Thus, there is some debate regarding the results of the Kinsey study.

Study #2 (Durex)

More recent studies have been conducted by condom manufacturers as a means of improving the design of their products. Durex, for example, conducted a survey that nearly three thousand men from over two dozen countries around the world participated in.
The respondents were asked to measure their penis length and girth and then report the results online. The vast majority of those who chose to respond, however, were white men from the United States of America. As a result, once again the results of the survey were not very objective.
The Durex results, however, found that the average length of the erect penis is 6.4 inches. The average erect girth, taken from the thickest point of the penis, would be 5.2 inches.

Study #3 (Lifestyles Condoms)

Another, seemingly more objective study was made by Lifestyles Condoms in the year 2001 in Mexico. There, Lifestyles gathered about three hundred American men, most of them college students, and had researchers do the measuring in this instance.It was found in this study that the average length was 5.87 inches, while the average girth was 4.97 inches. Over half of those surveyed measured in at between 5.5 and 6.3 inches in erect length, and over half measured between 4.72 and 5.11 inches in erect girth.


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