Making Love still Holds the Key to Fertility

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Dr Judy Ford has released a new E-Book "Making Love and Babies". Her work with couples has shown that more than 50% of infertile couples have infrequent sex. Her book explores the reasons and helps couples to address the various issues.

A new e-book "Making Love and Babies" written by infertility expert, geneticist Dr. Judy Ford, has just been released on her web-site

Many people would think it obvious that couples need to make love in order to conceive naturally. Obvious perhaps, but Dr Ford's work with hundreds of couples shows that more than 50% of infertile couples are intimate less than once a week. About 30% have sex only once a month in order to try to conceive. So she asked why is this so and what can be done about it?

In this helpful book, Dr Ford explores the reasons for the low level of intimacy. There are many reasons found including age, the length of the relationship before deciding to have children, stress, business pressures, several different types of emotional problems and poor sexual technique. There are also effects of reduced fertility itself and Dr Ford lists a number of simple lifestyle changes that can vastly increase fertility.

The book encourages couples to throw away the thermometer and ovulation monitors and learn how to make time for and enjoy great sexual encounters. It gets down to the nitty gritty as it explains the role of orgasm in fertility and shows how some common sexual practices could be inhibiting conceptual success.

This is a book about loving relationships. It has many words of wisdom that would benefit most couples, even those who have had their families or who don't wish to conceive. It has lots of practical and helpful advice for many couples who have been having problems.

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