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Knowing the Types of Cervical Mucus Can Help You Have a Baby Girl the Natural Way

Updated on November 14, 2017

The types of cervical mucus indicate the phases of the menstrual cycle. These can help you determine the best time to make love to have a baby girl. By learning about ovulation, and the characteristics of the sperms, you will understand how it is possible to intentionally get pregnant with a girl.

Understanding Ovulation

Ovulation is the release of an egg from the ovary to one of the fallopian tubes. It happens once every 28 days in a normal menstrual cycle. The egg will stay in the fallopian tube for up to 48 hours before it disintegrates into menstruation. If a sperm unites with the egg within this period, pregnancy starts. A woman can be fertile for up to 4 days before ovulation, and 2 days from when the egg becomes available. The reason is that, sperms can live inside the vagina for as long as 5 days. When you say fertile, it means that a woman is capable of getting pregnant. Sperms can be x or y. The x sperms produce baby girls, and the y sperms produce baby boys. To get pregnant with a girl, an x sperm should reach the egg.

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Types of Cervical Mucus

The appearance of cervical mucus can change throughout a woman’s menstrual cycle. You can check your discharge by looking at the toilet paper after wiping, or using your finger around the opening of the vagina. Listed below are the types of cervical mucus and how they are used to determine the phases of menstrual cycle.

  • Dry. When the mucus is dry, or there is no discharge at all, it means that the woman is definitely not fertile.
  • Creamy white cervical mucus. Creamy white cervical mucus is an indication that a woman is nearing ovulation. This type of mucus appears like lotion.
  • Egg white cervical mucus. A woman is at her most fertile state when the mucus looks like albumen (egg white). This mucus is watery and slippery, and stretches in between the thumb and index finger.
  • Thick cervical mucus. It looks pasty and yellowish. Thick cervical mucus smells like vinegar. A woman can still be possibly fertile at this time. However, it may be very difficult for the sperm to swim through this type of mucus.

How to Get Pregnant with a Girl

To have a baby girl naturally, you should make love when the cervical mucus is creamy white. Cervical mucus, white and creamy, signals that the egg is not in place yet. If you will do it before the egg is ready, the y sperms will have less chance of getting to the egg. The y sperms can only live for up to 2 days, so you should do it 3 to 4 days before ovulation. In addition, it is harder for the y sperms to swim through creamy cervical mucus. This is not a problem to the x sperms. This strategy works best when combined with other methods to get pregnant with a girl naturally.

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