How To Conceive A Baby Boy – 6 Natural Methods From A Medical Professional

This article will describe the medical professions most accepted system on how to influence the sex of your baby prior to conception through natural methods, and specifically how to conceive a boy, increasing your chances from 50% to 75%.

Conception occurs about 2 weeks before your period is due, therefore most women are 3 weeks pregnant before they start to suspect that they might be pregnant. This is significant because the foetus is most sensitive to harm in the period from 2-8 weeks after conception. This is when the main organs like heart, kidneys and lungs begin to form and also facial features. Many things that you eat, drink, smoke or are exposed too can affect your baby at this stage.

It is recommended that you see your doctor when you are considering getting pregnant, which is most likely the stage you find yourself in now. You can discuss with your doctor your diet, bowel habits, lifestyle, weight control or anything that concerns you, a blood sample may also be collected to determine your antibody levels to Rubella, Hepatitis B and Syphilis, these tests are just routine antenatal tests that your doctor will need.

Another advantage of seeing your doctor prior to falling pregnant is that a physical examination may reveal unknown health conditions that might have a significant effect on your ability to fall pregnant or successfully carry a baby to full-term.

There is a widely accepted system that if followed will increase your chances of conceiving a boy from 50% to 75%, the best thing about this system is it’s NATURAL and it’s FREE! It’s really up to your determination and perserverance, don’t be fooled, there is no 100% guaranteed FREE method, but this is the best.

The method is based on the fact that men produce 2 types of sperm, the X(female) and Y(male). The male(Y) sperm are smaller and more fragile, but swim faster than the female(X) sperm which are bigger, tougher but slower swimmers.

The system is based on providing an environment which is suited to the type of sperm that matches your preference to get to the egg first.

There are 6 simple procedures to follow to increase the chance of conceiving a boy:

1. Timing – This is the most crucial step in this system. The closer to ovulation that you have intercourse the better your chances of having a boy. This is because ovulation provides the most optimal time for conceiving and the male sperm are faster swimmers. Therefore have no sex from the last day of your period until ovulation occurs.

2. The pH(acidity level) of the vaginal tract is also important, a more alkaline (pH>7) environment is generally favorable to fertility and therefore favors the quicker, but more fragile male sperm. Tem minutes before intercourse use a vaginal douche made from 5g baking soda in 500mg of water.

3. The vaginal tract is more acidic the closer to the entrance (sperm need to avoid this area), therefore intercourse with deeper penetration and ejaculation will favour you to conceive a boy, also, the man should withdraw immediately after ejaculation.

4. It is better for women to have an orgasm, ideally just before ejaculation. This is because orgasms in women produce a hormone which makes the vaginal tract more alkaline(pH>7) and therefore more favourable for boys.

5. A high sperm count favours boys, have sex twice daily from the day of ovulation until 4 days afterward. To increase sperm count abstain from intercourse for up to 3 to 4 days before ovulation. Also, men shouldn’t wear tight underpants but rather wear boxers.

6. The final step is less scientific than the other 5 steps and can be found in the digital Ebook ‘The A-Z Of Pregnancy’.

Further detailed information on pregnancy, including how to conceive a girl, can be found in the digital Ebook – ‘The A-Z Of Pregnancy’ – A Complete Pregnancy Guide, with practical and professional medical advice for living through, and preparing for pregnancy and childbirth.

This Complete Pregnancy Guide is written by a Medical Doctor, Dr. Irina Webster, a specialist in women’s and children’s health, she is also a wife and mother.

This guide will provide you with all of the pregnancy information you will need, pictures and details on pregnancy stages, your body and baby changes for each trimester, stages of labour, childbirth options including anesthetics used for pain relief.

What to avoid and which medications to use during pregnancy, 20 Tips to cope with morning sickness, Homeopathic/Herbal remedies.