Though having twin babies is not in your hands, some positions when doing it with your partner may increase your probability of having them.
Standing up position.
This position is like the doggy style will be able to give deep penetration.
You turn to face the wall, stand around two feet away and stick your bum out a little. He then enters you. Possibly bending his knees to make it easier for access.
Side by Side Position
The side-by-side or “spooning” s3x position is full-body contact, versatile and sensual. The man lies on his side, behind his lover with the curve of her back and bottom nestled into the curve of his stomach and chest. The woman is also on her side and lifts her upper leg a little to allow her partner to penetrate her.
It is one of the best se.x positions for G-spot stimulation
The missionary position is the man on top, the woman on the bottom. This will help the sperm to easily reach the egg. This would be the best kind of sexual position.
Rear entry position
This sexual position place the man behind the woman. This will be a good position since this style ensures the sperm very close to the cervix of the woman.
Married couples having a twin baby are very lucky. But it is very difficult for married couple especially if don’t have genes of having a twin baby.
Even if you wish to have a twin baby always remember that whatever God gives to you is a wonderful blessing to your family, you must be thankful for that.
Every baby is a blessing whether it’s a twin or not. Children are the reason that a marriage is maintained.
Some factors that may affect in having twin babies are problem of ovulation, stress, cervical mucus problems, unexplained infertility and blockage of the fallopian tubes.
However it would be best for the married couples to seek for an advice of the doctor. Always try some ways that will give you chances to conceive twin babies.
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