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Sperm friendly lubrication

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MissPepper8 Sun 19-Jul-15 23:33:07

I was wondering if anyone had some advice regarding this really.

I'm looking for a sperm friendly lubricant as I'm aware some tend to slow the sperm and work against things. I have bottles of Sliquid and Liquid silk which im hesitant to use and since we stopped using condoms, tmi.. "quickies" when my husband has no patience generally end up with me tearing down below. This has happened 4 times now (twice this week, which has ended up with two tears). Its putting me off as it's so painful and resulting in more of them.

Quick Google gave me "Conceive plus" lubricant but I don't know if this is just something that is going to be pointless, has anyone used it before?

Sansarya Sun 19-Jul-15 23:41:47

If what your husband is doing is making you tear so frequently then you need to make him understand that he needs to go a bit slower. Him "having no patience" is not an excuse. You're his wife and deserve consideration.

MissPepper8 Sun 19-Jul-15 23:52:45

Hello Sansarya, The thing is I don't think it would make a difference, as without going into too much uh.. detail, foreplay or none its still happened anyway, just more so when i'm not "prepared" so to speak.

I am smaller so this might be the problem but I don't think I can blame him or its his fault, this was more to do with a safe product for me to use as I've been afraid to use the ones I have.

kiwiblue Mon 20-Jul-15 15:28:12

Hi MissPepper, I also tend to need to use lubricant so know where you're coming from... I've used conceiveplus and Preseed, both are supposed to be fertility friendly.

shiteforbrains Mon 20-Jul-15 15:32:45

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MrsPCR Mon 20-Jul-15 15:33:37

We used conceive plus. BFP on 3rd month so didn't stop his men. Apparently baby oil is also ok, but not 100% sure on that one.

shiteforbrains Mon 20-Jul-15 15:37:31

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KittyandTeal Mon 20-Jul-15 15:37:42

We've been using pre-seed. Only used it this month and waiting to see if we've got a positive yet but as a lubricant it is very good. It even looks like ewcm!

Sunshinegirl2015 Mon 20-Jul-15 17:40:52

We used conceive plus for the first time this month. BFN but we're hopeful for next month. It has very good reviews on Amazon.

It doesn't sting, irritate or feel too sticky but at £15 with a three month lifespan I think it's quite pricey.

MissPepper8 Mon 20-Jul-15 23:31:35

Oh wow thank you for all the replies everyone smile its been kinda embarrassing to explain but in simplest terms i'm small and well he's the opposite of small in that department.. so tears are inevitable sometimes.

Conceive plus is the one I found so brilliant, but ill take a look at Pre-seed too. Its good that its none irritating/stingy Sunshinegirl2015, as i'm allergic to some of these products (including latex) and the applicators might be better right now shiteforbrains.

Thanks again everyone.

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