Thursday, September 16, 2010

How to Determine the Sex of Your Baby Before Conception

An average menstrual cycle (of 28 days or more) begins with 3 to 5 days of menstruation (sometimes, up to 7 days). The 3 to 7 days that menstruation lasts is called the menstrual period. In most women the menstrual cycle is about 28 days, but it can vary considerably even from one month to another.

Hence, let us assume we have a 30-days chart,  Day 1 on the Chart will be the 1st day of the woman’s menstruation. PERIOD.

Between 13th and 14th day after the menstruation, the ovary releases the mature egg in a process called ovulation. The egg passes through the fallopian tube to the uterus. If the egg unites with a sperm on its way to the uterus, fertilization occurs and pregnancy ensues.
 
The Menstrual Cycle Chart

However, to conclude our research here by driving the point home again with reference to our past study:


 
We know that the 'male' sperm cells, which carry a Y-chromosome, swim more quickly than the 'female' sperm cells, which carry an X-chromosome, but will die off faster as well, so the two of you as partners must be sure that you are as close to 100% certain that you are ovulating, then you can have sex closer to that ovulation date.
This
is to allows the faster swimming 'male' sperm to swim off to the waiting female egg and fertilize it before the slower swimming 'female' sperm reach their destination.

The result will surely be a bouncing baby boy.


On the other hand, if you want a baby girl:
 
What a pretty baby girl !

then the best bet is to make love at least two days before you ovulate (i.e. day 9, 10 and/or 11), as this will allow the faster swimming 'male' sperm to swim off, burn up their energy and die off, leaving the slower swimming ''female' sperm to arrive to a ripe and ready female egg that is still waiting to be fertilized.

Hence, you are sure of conceiving a baby girl.

However, there are some other factors to be considered such as:

Ø Positioning of the couple during sex

Ø The diet

Ø The vaginal acidity environment etc.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Chromosomes and Gender-Induced Danger and Solution

Chromosomes and Gender-Induced Danger and Solution


Just like the blog’s name http://ChromosomeBabyGenderDetermination.blogspot.com/, the chromosomes in the man’s sperm cell and woman’s egg cell play an important role in the choice of a baby gender. The same way the gender of a baby can unite a family, it can also play a destabilizing role in a family’s existence.

It is an irony of life that a lot of home had been scattered for one reason only: the wife cannot give birth to the desired gender, either a boy or a girl. For this simple reason, especially over the woman’s inability to give birth to a son, the usual blooming homes have undecidedly turned bloomless and split up, spouses have gone apart, brewing love affairs have become chilled and stone cold, husband and wife who used to be the best of friends have suddenly become antagonists, once blooming romance have gone sour and tasteless, sweethearts and honeys have suddenly become “bitter-hearts”, the once-happy husband and wife have become divorced as a result of the couple’s incapability to produce the right gender by having a male child, a son, an heir or a female child, a daughter, an heiress!!!




When the expected baby gender did not materialize, the couples often feel frustrated, angry, depressed and disappointed. At this point, the level of their understanding for each other and their prevailing problems become so low and what happens next? They started throwing missiles of blames at each other.

Despite all these episodes mentioned above, the couples rarely take time to make a research on what is responsible for their present baby-gender selection predicament, yet it is a problem with a very simple solution which entails natural baby gender selection system i.e. you choose the sex of your baby by naturally studying your body systems and undergoing some natural diet habit and recommended steps which will eventually end up in the desired baby gender.

It should be noted that in this information age, it is practically easy for the couple to make a research on the information hyper-space (i.e. the Internet) and follow the steps in picking the gender of their baby, get pregnant quickly and give birth to bouncing children of their desired gender.

Hence, what the couple should do is to to learn how to select the gender of their baby through natural means:

• without applying some so-called gender-inducing drugs,

• without any form of surgery (risky or non-risky),

• without any type of gender-inducing treatments or otherwise, and

• without any side effects whatsoever,

One thing must be born in the mind of the couple; this is the fact that the father as well as the mother also plays some role in determining the gender of the baby.


How does man affect the baby gender outcome?
The man’s sperm contain XY chromosomes; simply put, one X chromosome and one Y chromosome while the woman’s egg (ovum) contain XX chromosomes; simply put, two X chromosomes.

So if any of woman’s X two chromosomes (from the egg) unite with man’s X chromosome from the sperm cell, a female gender (GIRL) is the result.

Alternatively, if any of woman’s X two chromosomes (from the egg) unite with man’s Y chromosome from the sperm cell, a male gender (BOY) is the outcome.

So, whichever way you put it, the XY chromosomes in the man’s sperm determine the gender of the baby.


Now, how do woman affect the gender of the baby?
Firstly, during the periodic cycle of a woman which often lasts for about 28 days (in some women, it is as far as 31 days), some specific days in woman's fertility cycle are specifically for conceiving a male gender (BOY) only while some days are specifically for conceiving a female gender (GIRL).
Simply put, in some days if the male sperm come in contact with a female egg and fertilize it, a male gender (BOY) results and in some days during the woman’s periodic cycle, the union of the man’s sperm and woman’s egg (ovum) result in a female gender (GIRL).


Secondly, the vaginal environment (tract) of the mother-to-be could be too acidic or too alkaline. This will simply "kill" the Y chromosome [i.e. "Y" sperm (BOY)] or the X chromosome [i.e. "X" sperm (GIRL)]. The Y chromosome in the XY chromosomes of the sperm cell forms the male gender (boy) while the X chromosome in the sperm cell forms the female gender (girl).

During the process of selecting your baby's gender, acidity level of female’s reproductive tract will make a lot of difference. It is possible for a mother-to-be’s tract to be either too acidic or too alkaline and this will definitely result in failure in conceiving the desired gender.

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So, how do a father-to-be control the fusion of the man’s sperm chromosomes and the woman’s egg chromosomes to produce the desired baby gender (BOY or GIRL)?
How do you adjust your vaginal environment, if you are naturally acidic or alkaline (i.e. adjust your PH level to create the ideal environment for "Y" sperm or "X" sperm), in order to conceive the desired gender?

However, note that the aberration in a woman's acidic or alkalinity level can be controlled by some healthy guide.



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Sunday, August 22, 2010

Chromosomes Styles in Baby Sex Determination

From the last topic, we learnt that the 'male' sperm cells Y-chromosomes are all muscle and no brain (like men) while the 'female ' sperm cells X-chromosomes , though weaker, are very cool, systematic and cunning (like women) in their race towards their goal (the ovum).

Here, we are going to learn the part chromosomes play in sex determination of a baby.


Now, a male reproductive organ called penis produces sperm. The sperm cell contains millions of cells known as XY chromosomes (in form of X-chromosomes and Y-chromosomes) and is called spermaY-chromosome. It is made up of the 'male' sperm cells called Y-chromosomes and the 'female' sperm cells called X-chromosomes.



The 'male' sperm cells (Y-chromosomes), being more energetic, swim at a faster rate than the 'female' sperm cells (X-chromosomes). What this means is that a man will produce two different kinds of sperm cells, those which would result in a baby boy (i.e. Y-chromosomes) and those which its outcome will definitely be a baby girl (i.e. X-chromosomes), and the stronger 'male' sperm cells (Y-chromosomes) will swim quicker than the weaker 'female' sperm cells (X-chromosomes) and hence will use up most of its energy in the race in reaching the goal (i.e. Ovum).



On reaching the ovum, it has become weakened as a result of the quick consumption of its energy during the race towards the ovum and hence cannot last long.

During the race towards the goal, most of the chromosomes will die off on the way; only a few competent ones will reach the target and only ONE of them will achieve the goal of fertilizing the egg to form the pregnancy.



If the 'male' sperm cells (Y-chromosomes) is able to reach the ovum at the time the woman’s egg (i.e. ovary which contains two X-chromosomes) is produced, the arriving 'male' sperm cells (Y-chromosomes) enters the ovum and fertilizes one of the two X-chromosomes in the ovary by fusing with it to become an XY-chromosomes.

 
Hence, a baby boy is conceived.




However, if the 'male' sperm cells (Y-chromosomes) reach the ovum at the time the woman’s egg (i.e. ovary which contains two X-chromosomes) is YET TO BE PRODUCED, the arriving 'male' sperm cells (Y-chromosomes) which had used up most of its energy will only last for a brief period before dying off.

On the other hand, the ‘female’ sperm cells (X-chromosomes) swims up to meet the target (i.e. the woman’s egg) at its normal pace, without rushing a race like the 'male' sperm cells (Y-chromosomes). If on reaching the target, it was discovered that the ovum had been fertilized, then the aim of the male’s X chromosomes in fusing with the woman’s X chromosomes are defeated. All the male’s X chromosomes which manage to reach the target will just die off since the ovum they are supposed to fertilized is already fertilized.

However, if the 'female' sperm cells (X-chromosomes) reach the ovum at the time the woman’s egg (i.e. ovary which contains two X-chromosomes) is YET TO BE PRODUCED, the arriving 'female' sperm cells (X-chromosomes) which had conserved most of its energy during the race towards the ovum will remain alive inside the women for a longer period of time than the 'male' sperm because it was able to conserve its energy. If the ovum is not produced within a time period of 24-48 hours, then the X chromosomes will all die off.

It should be noted that the female egg (ovum) produced by the women will only be fertile for a short period of time, about 24 hours, once it has been released when she ovulates. Hence, if the 'female' sperm cells (X-chromosomes) are still around at this time of the ovulation, then the fastest and the smartest one to penetrate the ovum fertilize it as the emergent winner and the rest of the 'female' sperm cells (X-chromosomes) die off as losers.
The resultant outcome of this is that a bouncing baby girl is conceived as pregnancy which result to a beautiful bouncing baby girl after 9 months





OK, so that is the basis for the theory. Lets see how this is going to allow you to choose the sex of your baby.

For those of you who desire a boy:
We had made it clear that the 'male' sperm cells, which carry a Y-chromosome, swim more quickly than the 'female' sperm cells, which carry an X-chromosome, but will die off faster as well, so you and your partner will have to be sure that you are as close to 100% certain that you are ovulating, then you must make sure that you have sex closer to that ovulation date.

This allows the faster swimming 'male' sperm to swim off to the waiting female egg and fertilize it before the slower swimming 'female' sperm reach their destination.

The result will surely be a bouncing baby boy.

For those of you who desperately want a girl:
Bravo, this is a very simple case now that you can visualize the pattern. If are planning for a girl then it is best to make love at least two days before you ovulate, as this will allow the faster swimming 'male' sperm (Y-chromosomes) to swim off, burn up their energy and die off, leaving the slower swimming ''female' sperm (X-chromosomes) to arrive at a ripe and ready female egg that is still waiting to be fertilized.

This will surely result in a pregnancy which will give birth to a beautiful princess after nine months.

However, there are some other factors which should be attended to:

 Men should refrain from any kind of sexual activity for at least 2-4 weeks prior to the set date of their wife’s ovulation in order for the sperm count to be on the high side.

 You could bathe your partner's testicles in cool water, as a lower temperate is more appropriate for strong healthy sperm cells. However, be cautious NOT to make it too cold, as too cold a temperature may have the same effect as a high temperature.

 Males should wear loose fitting boxers, as opposed to the traditional tight underwear for the reasons mentioned above.



Secrets in Choosing Gender of a Baby



Secrets in Choosing Gender of a Baby


A gender means a baby is either a male (boy) or female (girl).
Do you know there some secret you have to adapt to if you desire a bouncing baby boy or girl during conception? Very few people know this advanced child selection secrets and moreover, those who knows it are not divulging it for reasons best known to them.

Among these secrets are:
The type of foods to eat based on the gender of the baby you want.
The man decides the gender of the child.
  • Sexual techniques that produce a gender.
  • A gender will be conceived if a female should have an orgasm during sexual intercourse.
  • We'll tell you about certain royal families which have been practicing gender selection for centuries and how they learned about their techniques.
  • Men: If you lack this, you will most likely have a girl
  • The best sex position to have a girl or  a boy.
  •  The ideal depth of penetration during ejaculation determines the gender of the baby.
  • The crucial differences in the X-Sperm (girls) and Y-Sperm (boys) in determining the baby gender.
  • The role of penis size in determining the gender of a baby.
  • The role of woman's cycle in determining the gender of a baby.
  • And a lot of other secrets such as the all-in-one perfect health for all. www.tinyurl.com/PerfectHealthForAll
 
a set of handsome twins (non-identical)



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