Month: February 2016

How to Get Pregnant with a Boy Baby: A 30 Day Plan

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There are actually some things that you can do to tip the scales in your favor when choosing the sex of your child.

Probably the best-known method for gender selection is the Shettles method which focuses on timing intercourse at the right time of the month, and while this is a good method, there are plenty of other things that you can do to help to conceive a boy baby naturally as well.

So I’ve put together some of the best tips and tricks on how to get pregnant with a boy and laid them out in an easy to follow 30 Day Plan.

Before You Start

This plan will help you increase the odds of having a boy but of course, there are no guarantees. If you are meant to have a girl, then it’s up to fate/god/the universe (whatever you believe in).

Also, this plan assumes that you are ovulating correctly, both you and your partner are healthy, and you have no history of infertility.

It also assumes that you ovulate on day 14 which as you probably already know is only the average day of ovulation. Please adjust the plan accordingly if you ovulate before or after this. If you don’t know when you ovulate, then I recommend charting for a month or two, or using ovulation predictor kits (OPK’s) to determine your ovulation day. Read More

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Gender Selection Methods

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There are couples around the world making use gender selection methods that are completely nature to aid them in conceiving the gender of choice. While there are medical procedures that can also help with this process, they tend to be costly and are simply not an option for most people. The following are natural gender selection methods when it comes to having the baby you want.

Some of the most popular gender selection methods for conceiving a girl include a number of factors. Before getting started, it’s important to note that the gender of the baby you give birth to is dependent on the male’s sperm. The reason being is that the women do not carry the necessary genes that determine the baby’s gender.

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