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My husband and I just started trying to have a baby (one month). My question is that, when my husband removes his penis after ejaculation, a lot of his semen comes out of my vagina. Is this normal? How do I keep the semen in? Im worried that I may not get pregnant. I also have a very irregular periods.
Thank you.

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It's a very good idea to consult with your OB/GYN prior to starting to try for a baby. It helps you understand the things you'll need to do to prepare.

Have you started tracking your cycles, and charting your Basal temperature and cervical mucous? Doing so for a couple of cycles will help you find out when you're most fertile.

Ejaculate, like everything else on earth, is prone to gravity. So yes, it's normal for semen to seep out. Semen is made up of a lot of different stuff, so while a lot of it goes out, the sperm themselves do go where they're supposed to go.

Also know that it can take couples a very long time to actually concieve. This is another reason why counsulting with a doctor will help.

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