When trying to conceive, how do we overcome schedule pressure?

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When you’re trying to conceive, you may find your sexual encounters dictated, in large part, by biology. All of a sudden, your sex life is tied to ovulation, and your appointment book is filled with “dates” for sex -- on your fertile days, anyway.

You may not have complete control over all of the days you have sex, but you can certainly change up what you do. Inject some variety: Change up the time of day and location of your rendezvous. Take things a step further and add a little role-playing with new names, looks, and personalities for the night.

However you spice things up, don’t feel forced to limit yourselves to your fertile days: Enjoy sex whenever -- and wherever -- you want it, not just when you’re most fertile.

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