Our expert says:
The first thing is that you need to find out if you are ovulating or not, the fact that you have been having irregular menstrual cycles may indicate that ovulation may not be taking place, so you need to either have a blood test done around day-21 of your cycle or more accurately have ultrasound monitoring of follicular growth. If you have vaginismus but no sperm is entering the vagina then it may be very difficult to conceive that way however although vaginismus is present there is penetration and sperms are entering the vagina then you do have a reasonable chance of falling pregnant. You may not need to do self insemination with a syringe if penetration is taking place and as long as some sperms are entering the vagina it is good enough. I do not think that saliva would kill the sperm.
Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo
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