New research out of Yale University suggests that many women are in the dark when it comes to basic facts about sex, fertility and pregnancy.
Study author, associate professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences at the Yale University School of Medicine Lubna Pal told FoxNews:
The most depressing, most concerning part was the level of unawareness amongst young women about their own biology.
Here are some facts that stumped a large number of women.
Half of the women believed that having sex multiple times a day increased the odds of getting pregnant – not true. The best way to increase your chances of conceiving is to have intercourse once – and do it while you are ovulating. Multiplicity doesn’t matter and, with every ejaculate in quick succession, the amount of seminal… [read more]