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    Quote Originally Posted by inertia View Post
    Orgasm also releases the hormone oxytocin which causes the uterus to contract and hormones in the sperm soften and ripen the cervix. It won't work unless your body is ready. It didn't work for me! It was the last thing I wanted
    This is spot on! Semen has prostaglandin hormone in it and will help if you're body is about ready to labour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inertia View Post
    Orgasm also releases the hormone oxytocin which causes the uterus to contract and hormones in the sperm soften and ripen the cervix. It won't work unless your body is ready. It didn't work for me! It was the last thing I wanted
    Yep this is what the midwife in ante-natal classes told us - the woman has to orgasm for the oxytocin to be released, thereby stimulating labour.


 

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