Created: 2008-10-21; last updated: 2014-12-20

How to Conceive A Boy (What I Learned, You Absolutely Need It Too)

Guest Writer and Chinese Gender Calendar Expert Susan Plower

Chinese Pregnancy Calendar Gender Prediction

I started out my family with two great daughters. Girls rule in my family (I am one of them apparently!) and my husband is only one lonely boy among three girls. We got to know that we had a tendency to have girls. When we were considering conceiving our third child, my husband finally confessed me that he wanted a boy, - desperately. He started watching the hockey practices longingly when we took our daughters to their dancing classes. One day I asked my husband how serious he was wanting a boy. He went to the cupboard and pulled out a pair of teeny black ice skates that he had purchased. That was it. I knew how much I cherished sharing things with my daughters and I also knew they were not going to play hockey, so I got on a quest to get my husband a boy.

I started by calling clinics which ranged from 0% (no guarantee) sperm sorting, costing about thousands of dollars, to 100% guarantee fertilization costing about $10,000 to $20,000. We donít want to pay the 100% method and get others involved in your natural process, and I think it does not make sense to pay lots of dollars for the 0% "no guarantee" method, so instead I read everything I could find that I can get my hands on. Here's what I have researched on how to conceive a boy. To conceive a boy, you need to do four things:

1. How to conceive a boy Rule 1: You need to conceive as close to the time for conceiving a boy as possible, as specified in Chinese Gender Calendar. This chart is said to be 93% accurate. (no one can guaranttee that but weíll try our best. My personal experience is it is accurate for all my three kids: two girls and one son.)

2. How to conceive a boy Rule 2: You need to conceive as close to ovulation as possible (preferably the day of ovulation) Boy sperm is a little weaker of the two. It will soon die off if it has to wait for the egg. This is probably the most difficult part. Thatís why I strongly recommend saliva predictor kits. I learned this the hard way, when I just couldn't pinpoint it accurately enough. Saliva is the most accurate method (which is why it is used for DNA, paternity test, too) They are very inexpensive (and can be used over and over again) but are sometimes difficult to find. Check the ebay listings to see if any are available.

3. How to conceive a boy Rule 3: You need a pretty low vaginal PH value to conceive a boy. A highly acid vaginal PH will kill the boy sperm. I tested my PH using PH strips. (I got them on Ebay. You can go to ebay for a real time search - they are usually under the name "gynex" or something like that. You may have to scroll all the way down to get the item listed.) After the test I found that my PH was sky high (now I got to know why I always conceive girls!) I found two books that told me the range I needed to be in to conceive a boy, and how to get there. One required me to douche with special recipes based on my PH (this is the very same recipes gender clinics usually charge $400 for) . Another book showed me how to change my PH value to the "boy range" via dieting , i.e. what foods I should avoid. My favorite was Ashley Spencer's "How To Chose The Sex Of Your Baby." Spencer is endorsed by OB/GYNs and she used to give sold out seminars ($350) on her methods. But, she was too busy with her own family and so she put all of the information in an ebook instead (which is much more inexpensive for everyone. This is probably the best selling gender selection system on the market. According to their web site, the Methods in this book are 100% based on sound scientific evidence. ( Journal of American Medical Association Studies Prove Specific Types of Gender Selection To Be Up To 94% Effective) You can visit Ashley Spencer's website by clicking here.

The second book I used, which I do prefer, was Alicia Pennington's " Prince or Princess Guide: Plan My Baby + Free Audiobook ". This book gives recipes that clinics charge an arm and a leg for. It's an ebook that is just full of information. She also explained why some families are more prone to girls and helped me to address and overcome these issues. You can check out her website by clicking here.
This is a great book, in my opinion.
4. How to conceive a boy Rule 4: You need to conceive in a position that places sperm as close as possible to the cervix. This varies for each couple, but the boy sperm for some reason are not strong enough to travel thus far as girl sperm, therefore you need to make it easier for it to come through until it reaches the egg. Both books go into great detail on this.

It took me about five months to resaerch on that (I did a chart for myself for a couple of months first), but as a result I eventually got my baby boy just we expected! A blond haired blue eyed cutie named Jason. Good luck! You can do this too, with less time on your reserach since I have done for the most part for you! No matter what the clinics will tell you, you don't need them and spend a lot on trying the same method I described above. Save your money and you'll achieve a better result! You will need that money to raise your son in the near future!


Guest Writer and Chinese Gender Calendar Expert