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Surprising yourself, family, and friends with the gender of your baby is one of the best parts of pregnancy.
Some couples slice into a color-coded cake or open a box of balloons (pink for girl, blue for boy).
Once your bump starts showing, it seems like everyone from your well-meaning mother-in-law to strangers at the grocery store know your baby's sex.
And let's be honest, even if you want to be surprised on delivery day, you probably can't help but wonder, too.
“Sex may have longer gratification and might have a bigger payoff, but people are going for fast and easy.”She said people can reclaim their bedroom and use it not to update Twitter, but to spend time with their partner. Andes said if you have a “noisy brain,” sex reallocates your blood flow to your genitals and can help clear your thoughts.
Particularly for couples with children or stressful jobs, sometimes the idea of having sex is too much to bear, but having sex can have positive effects on your life. Sex releases endorphins that make you feel good and increase the feeling of closeness with your partner. But while sex intellectually makes sense, when you’re really tired it’s hard to follow through, she said.
If the toxic mixture turns brown - congratulations, you're having a boy! Unfortunately, this noxious blend of urine and caustic chemicals isn't predictable.“There’s a growing body of evidence that some of the vitamins and components in foods can enhance sexual function and sexual experience,” says Jennifer R.Berman, MD, the director of the Berman Women’s Wellness Center, in Beverly Hills, Calif.Andres said couples need to understand how often each person needs to have sex to be fulfilled in the relationship.“Some people want to have sex every day, and they are,” she said.“Other people have other priorities, so sex isn’t on the top of their list, so they are having it less.”The primary problem for many couples is not the frequency of sex, but how they talk about it, according to Heidi Crockett, a licensed psychotherapist in Florida and an (AASECT) American Association of Sexuality educators, counselors and therapists, certified sex therapist."If both people in the couple have a general desire to want to please their partner and participate in the relationship and talk about things openly, usually something can be negotiated that can satisfy both people," Crockett said.