How To Conceive A Girl Tip
While reading the article, please remember methods of trying for a boy or a girl don’t guarantee success, and they aren’t always backed by scientific evidence.
Positioning during sex influences which sperm might reach the egg. Positioning affects how close to the cervix the sperm cells are ejaculated. To conceive a boy, deep penetration during sex is considered to be the key. Yet for conceiving a girl, shallow penetration is optimal. The missionary position can achieve this by limiting the depth of penetration. Boy sperm cells swim very fast for short periods before tiring out. By preventing deep penetration, you might prevent the boy’s sperm from reaching and fertilizing the egg.
Avoiding orgasm could be key to conceiving a girl, according to some gender selection experts. The female orgasm releases an alkaline secretion which might help boy sperm to survive longer, by creating a less hostile environment.
Rather than restricting your sex life to specific times, you should aim to have more sex when you are trying for a girl. In the days leading up to your key conception time, you should have as much sex as possible. This will reduce your partner’s sperm count, and mean there are less fast-swimming boy sperm available to join the race for fertilization.
High tech options
Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) – It is also called gender selection – through a fertility clinic is an option to consider. It is used in conjunction with in vitro fertilization (IVF) and is a way of detecting specific genetic disorders within an embryo before it is implanted in the womb. This gives parents who may suffer from a genetic disorder, the chance of having a baby without that defect.
With a very high success rate in determining gender, it does not serve as a guarantee that the procedure will result in a successful pregnancy. There are also lots of ethical, social, and religious debates surrounding this method of selective implantation.
Sperm Sorting- This is less invasive than IVF with PGT and can be done prior to intrauterine insemination (IUI). It’s more likely to produce the desired sex, compared with natural conception, but less likely than PGT.
In conclusion, it is best to talk to your doctor to ensure you are not risking your health. At the end of the day, a baby girl or a baby boy doesn’t really matter, instead, a healthy mum and baby is more important.
Happy Baby Making!