Friday, 18 January 2013
Ovulation Calendar For Conceiving a Girl - Why There's a More Reliable Way to Get a Girl Baby
How Ovulation Calendars Are Supposed To Help You Conceive A Girl: These calendars typically work like this. Usually, you can either do them online or on a paper calendar. You note the days of your menstruation from one month to the next. This will tell you how long (how many days) your menstrual cycle lasts. If you didn't care whether you had a boy or a girl baby, you'd typically conceive mid cycle - usually around day 14. There is no magic to this method. It is just guessing that at the mid point in your cycle, you are the most fertile. However, couples who want to conceive a girl will want to conceive during the front end of this window (three days prior to ovulation) because the girl sperm are long lived and the boy sperm are not.
This makes sense on the surface, but here's the problem. Not all women conceive mid cycle and not all women conceive on the same day every cycle. I tried this method but nothing was happening. So, I finally broke down and purchased a saliva ovulation predictor. Using it, I could literally see the changes which would indicate that ovulation was on it's way. I was shocked as I approached day 14 and it showed nothing. I panicked for awhile, thinking I wasn't ovulating at all, but eventually saw that I was ovulating on day twenty on one month and on day 22 on another. So I likely would not have been successful in getting pregnant using the calendar method because I would've been about a week early and even girl sperm can not live that long. Even if you are only a few days late or early, this can seriously effect which gender you end up getting.
Methods That Are Far Superior To Ovulation Calendars For Conceiving A Girl Baby: There are other methods to predict your ovulation if you want a girl. Examples are basal temperature, cervical mucus evaluation, and ovulation predictors. I believe that most of these leave too much to chance. Your temperature can go up on down for reasons other than ovulation. Your cervical mucus can change for reasons other than ovulation too. Ovulation predictors are among the only methods that take the guesswork out of the equation. I like saliva because you don't have to use first morning urine and can keep reusing them, but both urine and saliva are much better than the old fashioned methods that require you to guess without seeing a yes or no answer (at least in terms of reliability). Because if you are dead set on having a girl, if you conceive even a few days late, you'll greatly up your odds to get a boy.
Other Things That Will Help You In Conceiving A Girl: Correctly timing ovulation is very important on your quest for a daughter, but to have the best odds, you shouldn't stop there. Natural gender selection for a daughter is based on the fact that the boy sperm are weak and short lived and there are other ways to take advantage of this.
You can also use sexual / intercourse positions that are shallow because this places the sperm far away from the egg, ensuring the boy sperm have a longer time to live (which is difficult for them) before they reach their long destination.
You should also raise your acidity and PH because again, this will weaken and encourage the boy sperm to die off. You can do this by tweaking your diet to include highly acidic foods or by douching. An easy way to approach this is to test your PH at the beginning of this process to tell you how aggressive you'll need to be (Many women will need to both diet and douche, especially if they want quicker results). And, you can continue to test as you make these changes so that there is no mystery as to where you are trending and when you are ready.
The real key in conceiving a daughter is to be very precise in all of these steps. Don't guess or hope for the best. Use the tools that are widely available and inexpensive to make
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