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Free Guide on How to Choose the Gender of Your Baby

Updated on March 17, 2011

Gender of Your Baby


From the natural law of probability, nature has it that the chances of conceiving a baby boy or a baby girl are 50:50. If you attempt to alter that natural law, then it is ungodly and illegal by laws of nature and most countries in this planet Earth. But what would it mean to your life and the future of your family if you could choose whether you have a baby boy or a baby girl? I believe it would be great to take the chance out of it. Before you try this natural method of choosing the gender of your baby, bear in mind that a wider use of this method can mark the beginning of diminishing of mankind. What follows are the free ideas you must know to be able to choose the baby of a certain gender that you may prefer. Turn your dreams into reality and get that beautiful baby boy or baby girl that you want without having to worry.

Its More Likely to Conceive a Baby Girl than a Baby Boy.


Since male (Y) sperm are faster but more fragile than female (X) sperm, and acidic environments harm Y sperm, and since a woman's reproductive organ is slightly acidic, then logic has it that it is more likely to conceive a baby girl than a baby boy.

Babies are not Stocks

Sperms have Different Properties

There are two different types of sperm: X-chromosome-bearing sperm for a baby girl and Y-chromosome-bearing sperm for a baby boy. The two sperms have different properties.

Y-Bearing Sperm (Male-Producing) are:

(a) Smaller, round-headed

(b) Faster

(c) More fragile, shorter-lived

X-Bearing Sperm (Female-Producing) are:

(a) Larger, oval-headed

(b) Slower

(c) More resilient, longer-lived

Since male (Y) sperm are faster but more fragile than female (X) sperm, and acidic environments harm Y sperm, and since a woman's reproductive organ is slightly acidic, then logic has it that it is more likely to conceive a baby girl than a baby boy.

We shall now proceed and exploit these two factors.

Timing of Ovulation

To have a boy, the sexual intercourse should occur as close as possible to the moment of ovulation so that the faster, Y-sperm arrive first and achieve conception. To have a baby girl, the sexual intercourse should 2½ to 3 days before ovulation by which time the Y-sperm will have been destroyed by the acidic environment since they are more fragile and shorter-lived.

Sex Position

Shallow penetration that will spray sperms close to the entrance of a female reproductive organ will favor the conception of a baby girl because the area is more acidic, which inhibits the weaker Y sperm. For the Y sperm which moves at a faster rate to reach the egg first so that you can get a baby boy, a deeper penetration should be sought, to deposit the sperm at the least acidic area near the uterus opening. Longer male reproductive organ and a rear entry during intercourse will achieve your goal of conceiving a baby boy.

This method of how to choose the gender of your baby is not 100% foolproof. And now my question to you: which gender would be favored by a higher sperm count?

Female's Fluids

Female fluids favors male (Y) sperm. This is because the fluid produced by the female during sex makes the vaginal environment more alkaline which is favourable for the conception of a baby boy.

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