How to conceive a baby girl
Millions of parents from all over the world wishes they had a chance to control the gender of their baby before conception in order to balance their families. Millions more have conceived baby genders they never wanted and continue to live with a wish for a baby girl.
While any baby you conceive should be considered as a blessing and you should thank God, at least you can conceive something, having an extra edge in determining the sex of your baby is an added advantage to have a happy balanced family.
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article on how to conceive a bay boy and it got a buzz all over the Internet that many more people wanted to know how to get a baby girl. Today, here I am again giving you tips on how to get a baby girl. Since I already gave the scientific basics on my previous article on how to get a baby boy, I will not go into details about body physiology and anatomy. I will also not repeat the sperm physiology and biochemistry in relationship to body environment.
I MUST MENTION THOUGH THAT THIS IS NOT MEDICALLY PROVEN WAY OF DETERMINING THE GENDER OF YOUR UNBORN CHILD AND YOU SHOULD ALWAYS ASK YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT ANY MEDICALLY RELATED THEORY YOU WANT TO PUT IN PRACTICE. THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY ON SCIENTIFIC THEORIES THAT IF PUT TOGETHER CAN BETTER THE CHANCES OF GETTING THE BABY GENDER OF YOUR CHOICE.
Here is how to increase the chances of getting a baby girl. Just remember that you have about 50% chances of getting a baby of any gender. These points are only a few that you should know and adhere to. For complete details about how to conceive a bay girl or a baby boy, I recommend you read, “Pick the gender of your baby ebook” by Ashley Spencer. Here are the highlightsJ.
- Baby girl sperms have a X chromosome. For a baby boy, the sperm has a chromosome Y. The mothers always have a chromosome X and so mother’s egg does not determine the sex/gender of the unborn baby. The father’s sperm is the determining factor in the gender of unborn baby. The chromosomes forming a baby girl are XX.
- The sperm Y swims slower and has a thick cell membrane that can survive longer in vaginal acidity. It can live up to 72 hours in the woman body, centrally to X sperm for the boy that can only live up to 24 hours on the higher side.
- Enjoy sex every day from the first day of your cycle to the 12th day. This is assuming that the ovulation will happen on 14th day. Sex every day lowers the sperm count and since for every 1 Y sperm are 3X sperms, this decreases the number of boys in the sperms. If sex is stopped on 12th day, by the time ovulation occurs, all the boys’ sperms will have died, and the girls’ sperms will be alive.
- Discourage female orgasm when trying for a baby girl. This prevents alkaline fluid from the cervix from flowing into the vagina, neutralizing the vaginal acidic environment. You want the baby boy sperms exposed to this acidity and die, leaving only girls’ sperm alive.
- Ejaculate shallowly so as to give the sperms a longer time before reaching the alkaline environment from the cervix all the way up.
- Do not resume sex until 18th day of the cycle to lower the chances of introducing new healthy boy sperms, incase of late ovulation.
- You must pinpoint your ovulation day. This is NOT an option. It is a MUST know and be as accurate as possible.
- Avoid douching to change the vaginal acidity as some books may suggest. Douching has been associated with serious infections that may lead to infertility of huge medical expenses.
- This method will increase your probability of conceiving a baby girl up to 85%, based o natural probability of 50-50% chances.
- Always pray God as the creator and the provider of our lives. Be happy about any baby you conceive. Millions cry day and night wishing they could conceive any baby gender.
This guide only gives you highlights but does not give refined details on exact points. Knowledge is human best weapon. I recommend you read, “Pick the gender of your baby book” that explains many more things you should know when choosing the gender of your baby.