I've conceived 4 babies with no orgasm so definitely not a must-have requirement! (though welcome if it happens)
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03-06-2016 23:21 #11
04-06-2016 05:33 #12
Can I just add...seriously.....I think this question is a bit ummm disturbing, think about it. What about the poor girls who get forced to have sex without consent. I'm pretty sure there not having an orgasm and enjoying the experience but still get pregnant?
04-06-2016 06:30 #13
04-06-2016 06:40 #14
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04-06-2016 10:16 #15
On many occasions I've actually worried that I won't fall pregnant as I rarely orgasm - but the OP had the guts to actually ask.
I know you have much more experience on this forum and I'm sure there have been many trolls but now I'm feeling paranoid that if I ask something not quite PG or main******, I'm going to be questioned.
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04-06-2016 10:19 #16
orgasming and falling pregnant are not related!! sure it's nice to get the big O but lots of women do not orgasm from vaginal sex only and need other stimulation to do so! as a non-sex orgasming person, I can say with 100% certainty you do not need to orgasm in order to conceive. my little ds is proof!
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04-06-2016 10:25 #17
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04-06-2016 10:37 #18
orgasm in order to conceive
OP: if you're ttc and hoping to start a family then fine, but most people start in the intro threads and start posting in the ttc area. you've just bowled onto the scene and bombastically start asking who enjoys peeing in the shower or masturbating next to their hubby. it tends to set off alarm bells.
so which pre natal vitamins have you started taking (if any) if you're planning to conceive soon?
ETA: I tried posting this in the other thread but it was closed so I'm posting here instead
04-06-2016 10:58 #19
I think we need to give the op a break. To be honest I'm stunned at how she's been treated.
If you think she's a troll report it.
Otherwise this has been the most interesting Bubhub for weeks. Honestly guys lighten up.
04-06-2016 11:03 #20
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