If you have visions of a pink nursery, there are a few things you can do to nudge nature’s odds firmly into your corner. The tips that I am going to give are rooted in science. I know that some people feel they have had gender selection success with astrology or Chinese calendars, but I am a logical thinker and don’t really believe in these things. I, and countless others, have had success with methods based on science, so that is what this article will contain.
To have a baby girl, you need to be able to accurately manipulate the following variables:
You Need To Predict Your Ovulation With Total Accuracy: To conceive a daughter, you need to have firm knowledge on when you ovulate. Female sperm are very hardy and will survive for up to three days prior to ovulation. Optimally, the egg should be ready and waiting once the healthy female sperm arrive. You’re often advised to chart your ovulation for several months before you want to conceive so you’ll have no doubt when the time is right. However, knowing when you are ovulating is really all that is needed. There are many ways to do this.
You Need To Have The Proper PH: I know this is going to sound harsh, but to greatly increase your chances of conceiving a female, you need to create a body and vaginal PH that is friendly to X (girl) sperm and more hostile to Y (male) sperm. You want to make it much easier for the X sperm to reach the egg. You can help this process along by altering the food you consume and by douching with specific ingredients to get the desired PH. I recommend knowing your PH level before you try this so that you can gauge how much you need to alter. Of course, gender selection clinics sell such kits for huge sums (about $400 dollars), but with a small amount of effort, you can replicate these results at home.
You Need The Correct Position: For whatever reason, intercourse / sexual positioning is the most widely discussed gender selection method. You probably already know that shallow penetration is needed if you want to have a girl. However, intercourse positioning is only one variable in this three part recipe. This alone is often not enough, but it is an important piece of the puzzle.
The good news is that all of the above three variables can be easily achieved with a bit of effort and planning. I truly believe and am living proof that you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars at a gender selection clinic to conceive a daughter. (This takes all of the fun out of it anyway.) With a bit of preparation, your dreams of pig tails and pink could well be a reality.