We’re happy to announce that there is finally a way for you to influence pregnancy gender selection.
Unless you have a specialized insurance policy that covers biogenetic modifications and/or sophisticated technology for gender selection, there are many low or no cost “natural” ways to achieve pregnancy gender selection.
The term “gestation period” has nothing to do with Chinese calendars or even astrological signs.
In this post, you’re learning the ways of successful pregnancy gender selection. These techniques are 100% natural, and they involve the positive conception period.
Of course, there are certain things that you just can’t control about having a healthy pregnancy. Your baby is growing inside you, and it’s beneficial to learn more about what should happen during the entire process in order to be as prepared as possible. Here are two tips related specifically to this area:
1. When and how to have sex.
2. What to feed your bodies (what to eat).
Have you ever thought about how many people could be represented by the sperm count of an average male? Well, theoretically, if a man has a really high sperm count, he may ejaculate enough sperm in one orgasm to equal almost 2.3 billion people. One might say it’s quite a bit.
But all it takes is one single sperm to impregnate an egg – so you may be wondering how on earth can you influence pregnancy gender selection and control the gender outcome of your sperm?
The correct question is, “How can you control which sperm fertilizes the egg?”. The answer is that it’s a matter of learning how to manage the process from start to finish.
In order to learn how to control it, you must understand a couple of important facts:
1. Both male and female sperm have different properties and factors in regard to how they behave when introduced into the reproductive system of a woman. If you learn about these various properties, then it will be easier to know the ways in which you can influence both the male and female sperm with one goal in mind: ensuring that only the egg-friendly sperm reach their destination prior to being used for any reproductive activities.
2. The vagina and its secretions, the cervix, the uterus, and the fallopian tubes in a woman’s reproductive environment can vary dramatically depending on things like temperature, pH level and microscopic terrain. The pH level measures how alkaline or how acidic various tangible surfaces or chemical secretions are. Once you understand how to manage these pH levels and once you understand how a male sperm acts differently than a female sperm in this environment – then you will have influence over which gender sperm cells survive the journey to make it to the egg.
Are you tempted to have a family with multiple children but worried about the heavy responsibility that comes with the raising of several kids? In order to avoid having kids that come onto you without a warning, which can be stressful and draining to deal with, it is best that you adopt the saying made famous by the infamous scientist Charles Darwin.
Only the strongest will survive.
In other words, you need to strengthen the seed of one gender and weaken the seed of the other gender.
Sex is a very delicate subject, as is the process of making a baby. It’s important to realize that a couple’s timing, as well as certain techniques involved during intercourse, can dramatically impact their baby due date and possibly even the gender assigned to that little bundle of joy!
Simply put, male sperm need to get to the egg quickly or else they will die without successfully completing their mission. This is why it’s important for them to travel as quickly as possible through a woman’s vaginal canal and uterus to reach the cervix where the egg is located. If male sperm are unable to complete their voyage in time, they will die within a matter of minutes due to being out of proper conditions. sex positions that allow deep penetration coupled with maintaining intimate contact with your partner throughout the experience like missionary or doggy style can help reduce the distance needed by increasing levels of physical intimacy between two people which can lead to successful fertilization- so long as factors such as pre-ejaculation don’t make things complicated for your partner’s swimmers!
If you’re looking to have a baby girl, you’ll want to ejaculate closer to the opening of the vagina so that your sperm gets there as quickly as possible. It’s believed that on average female sperm will outlast male sperm and will be able to fertilize the egg, but it could take up to 48 hours longer with the more shallow types of penetration.
Sperm can live up to 72 hours inside a woman before dying out.
The way a woman eats can change the pH in her reproductive tract. Foods that are more acidic may be more beneficial to male sperm, while foods that are more alkaline or have a higher pH count may work better for female sperm.
This is how couples who have had difficulty conceiving a child in the past may go on to have healthy babies.