Dear Angie, Well Dear What you are talking about the sperm is coming out well that is not all sperm it's a combination of both you being wet orgasmic and his. Now when he ejaculate and you reach orgasm or just wet all this will be on the sheets but his semen which will go into your uterus will swim up to and all what it takes is just few as much as small spoon to get you pregnant and usually it stay alive up to 4/5 hours after it enter you. So no need to worry about what is coming out as long as also is going in which that when he ejaculate inside you is the one that counts. Now you asked if there are tricks to increase your chance in getting pregnant well there is some thing that you need to pay attention to. Lets start with one when you having intercourse try after he and you finishes from ejaculating inside you to put a pillow under you that will make your butt raised up a bit and just lay there for about 20 minutes you can still do some foreplay it does not need for you to just lay down but with a foreplay and you being raised that will increase the chance of the sperm going in and staying there. after you can get up and wash shower whatever you do. now the other thing is to stay away from Stress and anxiety these two are a health killer and has a bad effect on your fertility. Now Knowing your menstrual cycle improves your chances of getting pregnant. The first phase starts with the first day of your period or blood flow. Your body releases hormones that stimulate eggs to grow within follicles inside your ovaries. Between day 2 and 14, those hormones also help thicken the lining of your uterus to get ready for the implantation of a fertilized egg. This is called the follicular stage.The average menstrual cycle is 28-32 days. While the exact timing of ovulation can vary, on average it happens between day 11 and 21 of your cycle. A brain hormone called luteinizing hormone (LH) surges, triggering the release of the egg that's most ripe. At the same time, your cervical mucus changes to a slippery, egg-white consistency, to help sperm make their way to the egg.300 to 400 will be released through ovulation. Usually just one egg is released each month. The egg travels down the fallopian tube toward the uterus, where it's ready to be fertilized. The egg only lives about 12 to 24 hours after leaving the ovary. Sperm can live for about 3 to 5 days, so knowing you're due to ovulate soon can help you and your partner plan sex for when you're most likely to conceive. If fertilization does not occur, the egg dissolves after 24 hours.the highest chance of pregnancy is when intercourse occurs 1-2 days prior to ovulation. If you have a regular 28-day cycle, count back 14 days from when you expect your next period to start. Plan on having sex every other day around that time -- say, days 12 and 14. Keep in mind that having sex every day may decrease a man's sperm count. That's sperm count compared by every day the sperm count will B less if done on daily basis why it's better to have sex every other day or 3x a week so the men will create enough sperm count & increase the chance of getting pregnant. Your cycle may be longer or shorter, so using an online ovulation calculator may help identify the likely day.Progesterone causes your body temperature to go up slightly. Taking your temperature every morning with a basal thermometer (about $10 at drugstores) before getting out of bed is one way to predict whether ovulation has occurred. It's inexpensive but not as accurate as other methods for tracking ovulation.A surge in LH is what triggers the egg to be released from your ovaries. Using ovulation kits to check LH levels in your urine can help you pinpoint the day of ovulation. Some kits allow you to test daily to determine when you are ovulating. These kits are convenient and are 99% accurate.During the second half of your menstrual cycle, progesterone causes the lining of your uterus to thicken in preparation for a fertilized egg to implant. If the egg isn't fertilized and implantation does not occur, it disintegrates, progesterone levels fall, and about 12 to 16 days later, the egg -- along with blood and tissues from the lining of the uterus -- is expelled. That process, which usually lasts 3 to 7 days, is menstruation. Then the cycle begins again.eat foods rich in folic acids maintain a healthy body weight through diet and exercise, and avoid alcohol and caffeine.
eating a diet high in zinc (found in meat, whole grains, seafood, and eggs), selenium (meat, seafood, mushroom, cereals, and Brazil nuts) and vitamin E may help improve male fertility. So can keeping the testicles cool - no long hot baths, hot tubs, or saunas, which can decrease the number of sperm. So my dear doing this will most definitely help you in reaching your goal of having that bundle of joy. So enjoy what you are doing think about as having joyful sex to have a Joyful baby NO STRESS EAT HEALTHY AND IT SHOULD BE ALL FINE. Good luck best wishes hope you get your baby a sap.,,,,,,, Family therapist First responder 5 yrs. Medical School