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Nina: We are back. Okay, very, very important topic and if you want to check our topics go to pregnancy-info.net and find out all about sex, sex during pregnancy. Hey, remember that song. Let's talk about sex baby, let's talk about you and me, let's talk about --
Kendall: There is not pregnancy element in that.
Nina: Okay, sex and pregnancy, there is a huge, huge topic, girl, come on. Here we got a lady, I can't read her name but she is twenty four weeks pregnant.
Kendall: You don't have glasses.
Nina: No, Krbarret.
Nina: Yeah, Kr - okay, she is twenty-four weeks pregnant and her husband and her have never really had a problem having sex before, now that she is started to get the belly bump, he hasn't been into it as much like you were mentioning about your husband.
Kendall: Yes, yes, he is a little unnerved by the --
Nina: Her sex drive is fine but he doesn't seem to want to do it because he thinks that there is a baby in there and he feels very uncomfortable, he just want to damage.
Kendall: I don't think it's a matter of husband sex drive is not okay.
Nina: He is that worried, he is concerned.
Nina: That somehow he'll meet a little toe, someone he is there.
Kendall: Who is going to poke at their eye.
Nina: Yeah, a little finger, maybe a little hand will come out and grab, remember that movie Ken.
Nina: Remember hand coming out of the grave, so he is kind of thinking that a hand is going to come out -
Kendall: There are men watching this, we are going to have right there.
Nina: Oh, sorry, sorry, darling yeah, yeah. Okay, so no matter, what I tell him about it. He seems to be very nervous and he just doesn't want to have sex. Any one else has this problem, so okay. No, no, no, my husband was - shall we say very enthusiastic.
Kendall: Let's just say, I have heard this problem before.
Nina: Yes, yes, yes.
Kendall: Now I don't think it's physically possible, not by any means an authority on what is physically --
Nina: It's in a sac, it's in a sac, it's in case in water, it's in its own uterus, it's --
Kendall: It's protected, plus, if it wasn't closed by it would just pop out which is why it take such a while to get the baby even when it's ready down the birth canal.
Nina: Kendall, there is a lot of women out there who feel very, very insecure when they are pregnant again, fat, they are loosing their waist, their body, their stomachs are hanging out and they feel very insecure and uncomfortable, they want to cover up to belly, don't do it, the men think you are gorgeous, darling. They think that you are so sexy.
Kendall: You have to play it, I say that people are like, you know, when I use to work during my pregnancy, get out of that chair.
Nina: Yeah, yeah.
Kendall: I need it, move out of my way, I am hungry. No, only two chairs; one for my legs, one for --
Nina: But we are talking about sex.
Kendall:Oh, right, sex, I am sorry sex, sex.
Nina: So I think that a woman --
Kendall: It is sexy.
Nina: When pregnant is very sexy and beautiful. Their boobies, they are getting bigger and honey, they are good looking when you are pregnant so don't worry about it, it's all good, the husband loves you.
Kendall: In fact, you can't see beyond them as often as good, because you don't really know what's going below.
Nina: You can change your life because you got the belly going up, but as far as sex is concerned, do you have any another sex question?
Kendall: Okay, actually this is from a guy, this is good. Okay, Frank.
Nina: Frank, hi, Frank.
Kendall: And he is apologizing before he's even asked the question. So obviously, he is in uncomfortable territory. He had intercourse with a girl, first of all that's a good news.
Nina: A girl.
Kendall: A girl, preferably one not two and since this is a pregnancy website, it's good that there was a girl involved.
Nina: Oh interesting question.
Kendall: Using a condom with spermicide, very responsible Frank. Within a few hours of ejaculation, is it possible that she can pregnant herself by applying the semen to her vagina?
Nina: Oh, that's a weird question.
Kendall: And again he apologizes again for this weird question. Well, first of all --
Nina: Oh, you get pinky here.
Kendall: It's not applying to the vagina, she has to insert it, she needs a lot of injectable thing.
Nina: Why would she want to get pregnant? He just met this girl, that's odd. Okay, you know what Frank.
Kendall: I don't think you should hang around with girls who -
Kendall: I could sit there for three years, I wouldn't come up with a plan like that. I think we have to review with the girls that you are having intercourse with, ejaculate else where but listen, seriously, you can just put it on the vagina, it must be inserted.
Nina: Inserted deeply.
Kendall: So she needs like
Nina: And they have shelf life of sperm, they die.
Kendall: Do they? Come on.
Nina: They have a certain amount of hours where they are viable and then that's it.
Kendall: Okay, he went to the bathroom and she had a little insertion device, that's all she need.
Nina: It could happened. I am not -
Kendall: Get it seriously, let's just wrap this up, she is not the girl for you, she's not girl for you.
Nina: Forget about it, alright, we'll be back, we'll be back soon.