Why are women eating McDonald fries after sex?!
Why women are eating fries after sex in hopes theyll get pregnant
French fries aren't this magical.
- A recent survey revealed that couples are trying some very unconventional methods to increase their chances of fertility.
- People are snacking on McDonald's french fries, leaving their socks on in bed, and even picking their noses on the left side in the hopes of boosting their baby-making.
- It's highly unlikely that any of these methods will lead to increased chances of pregnancy.
There's never really a bad time for french fries. Having a bad day? Make it a large. Having a great day? Chili and cheese, please.
If french fries are the Old Faithful of the fast food world, consider McDonald's Yellowstone National Park. Their french fries have often been ranked among the best of the best.
Well, McDonald's french fries are now also apparently considered the standard when it comes to post-sex snacks, and the reasoning is pretty surprising.
According to a survey by Channel Mum, over 71% of couples have tried some unconventional methods to boost their chances of pregnancy after having sex. This includes post-coital McDonald's french fries, which 3% of aspiring parents admitted to trying in order to up their fertility.
Because there's nothing more sensual, 10% of couples left their socks on during sex for the same reason. Another 6% avoided having an orgasm for a week after sex, which might explain the need for fries.
Mostly, couples tried the classic 'bicycle' trick — 58% of those surveyed admitted to laying on their backs and raising their legs in the air, moving them in a sort of bicycle-riding motion as they remained flat. It's a classic method, something a bit more conventional than other couples picking their noses only on the left side and/or drinking pineapple juice in the hopes of fertility.
Unfortunately, there's not much science to substantiate the french fry snacking or any of the other tricks for that matter, according to a professional.
"I see no downside to eating pineapples and thinking positive thoughts, and I think it is reasonable when trying to conceive to limit alcohol and caffeine consumption, but the best advice is to have intercourse before ovulation and to seek help if conception doesn't easily happen," Dr. Alan Copperman, the medical director of the Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York, told INSIDER.
"It is not uncommon to find on the internet myths, rumors, and even some occasional truth regarding fertility and infertility," Dr. Copperman said.
According to Parents.com, things like reverse psychology or leaving the lights on don't play any role in the baby-making process. They're all mental, but they're not necessarily unhealthy or detrimental. The biological role of these tales is simply a myth.
In the end, this doesn't mean there's necessarily a bad time to grab some french fries from McDonald's.
Video: Women are eating McDonald’s fries straight after SEX – and THIS is why
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