If you've just decided to start the processof beginning a family, you may be swimming in a pregnant sea ofinformation. The tips and suggestions seem endless, conflicting, andconfusing. One thing you know is that you have to have intercourse toget pregnant. But with the seemingly alarming number of peoplestruggling with infertility, you may be wondering if there is somespecial combination of sexual techniques and herbal supplements thatwill turn the desire for pregnancy into a reality for you. Here aresome of the most frequently asked questions about intercourse to becomepregnant with answers. Should I have sex every day to get pregnant? Youcan only get pregnant when you are ovulating. This period of ovulation,which can be predicted, only spans one or two days of your monthlycycle. It is important to have sex every day during this ovulationperiod, but having intercourse every day of your entire cycle is notgoing to get you pregnant. Can I have too much sex when trying to get pregnant? Theanswer to this question depends up on your husband's sperm count. If hehas a low sperm count, then it is really important that you only havesex every 48 hours during ovulation. Too much sex for a man with a lowsperm count creates a low concentration of sperm in his semen, and thiscan decrease the probability of conception. If your husband has anormal sperm count, it probably won't hurt too much to have sex everyday during ovulation. Is there a certain sexual position we need to use in order to get pregnant? Studieshave not concluded that there is a best position for conception. Womenthroughout the ages have gotten pregnant in all positions. However, itis logical that a sexual position where the woman is lying down on herback would increase the chances of sperm getting through the uterus. Ifyou are especially anxious to conceive, you could even have sex in themissionary position with a something under your pelvic area to slightlyraise it. Will having an orgasm decrease my chances of getting pregnant? Well,obviously, the man has to have an orgasm to create a pregnancy. Often,women worry that having an orgasm will keep the sperm from getting tothe egg. In fact, some researchers have found that orgasms in the womancould actually help the sperm travel faster through the uterus. Is there an ideal time of day to have intercourse when trying to get pregnant? Sinceyou are only able to accurately predict ovulation and you'll never knowfor certain when the egg has been released from the ovary, there isn'tan ideal time to have intercourse. To increase your chances ofgetting pregnant faster, you do need to consider things other than justsex. The woman's body needs to be ready to carry a baby, the man's dietneeds to be such that his sperm are as numerous and as healthy as theycan be. Ovulation should be predicted as accurately as possible andintercourse should occur on those days. Doing those things are going togive you a greater chance of pregnancy than any thing else you coulddo, short of going to the fertility clinic. All too often, couples getstressed out about conception and the sex becomes a burden. Ultimately,it is important keep the joy and fun in the bedroom, even as you areworking to make a baby.