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To help us separate myth from reality, we welcome chief scientific officer Dr. Elizabeth Kane and OB/GYN Dr. Nazaneen Homaifar founded Natalist, which helps guide people on their path to having a child by offering education-based conception tools.
We polled our studio audience and 40 percent thought this could help you conceive. But before you throw those legs in the air, Dr. Homaifar says this is a myth.
"It's not going to help you get pregnant faster," she explains, noting you might want to save this move for yoga.
In fact, the OB/GYN notes there is not any particular sex position that will help someone get pregnant faster. She adds, "As long as you're having vaginal intercourse, you're having the right kind of sex."
In the video below, find out if a birth control cleanse helps get your body ready for conception or if this is also a myth.