How Long Do You Have To Have Sex For A Boy Baby? How About A Girl Baby?

By: Sandy Dean:  People often apologize for not fully understanding how conception works.  But honestly, many of us did not have anyone to teach us.  While our parents may have taught us the basics about the birds and the bees, we may not have been taught exactly what it takes to achieve a pregnancy.

For this reason, many people believe things that aren’t true – like a woman must have an orgasm to become pregnant (not true) or a man must have sex for a certain period of time in order to get a woman pregnant (this isn’t true either.)

Many people also believe that the length of time a man has sex has implications on whether he has a girl or boy baby.  A wife might say: “my husband and I are trying to conceive.  I would like a boy baby.  My mother said that you have to have sex for at least half an hour for a boy, since the boy sperm die off more.  To be honest about it, my husband is not the most lengthy lover.  He tends to not last that long.  I’m not complaining.  It’s never been a problem before.  But I wonder if it is going to keep me from having a girl baby.”

Honestly, there are two things you need to conceive.  Sperm and an egg that is really to be fertilized.  The egg part only happens at a specific time during a woman’s ovulation cycle.  Generally speaking, there is a small window during each month when a woman can become pregnant.  However, all a man needs to provide is the sperm and this can happen at any time during the month for him.  Most men have sex and ejaculate in one sitting.  They may have sex again a short time later.  But the amount of time that it takes them to commit the act does not really have an impact on success or failure.  All that is needed is the ejaculation which contains the sperm – regardless of the amount of time that was taken to achieve it.

Your mother’s theory might assume that the longer period of time means that more sperm is released.  I suppose that this might be true if you were having sex and ejaculating multiple times during that one session, but that is not true of most people.  Most men release millions of sperm chromosomes during one round of sex and ejaculation.  It only takes ONE sperm chromosome for a conception.

What can matter in conception is timing and the woman’s PH.  I think that this is a better place to put your attention, because it is easier to control and it actually does matter – unlike the time that it takes to have sex.  The bottom line is that whether you have sex for 5 minutes or 30, you only need one ejaculation and one sperm chromosome to produce a baby.  And a man’s sperm has chromosomes that are half girl-producing and half boy-producing, regardless of how long it took for them to be released.

If you’d like to learn more about how to optimize your chances of getting the gender that you want, I’ve put together a few websites that focus on the variables that really matter – like timing, PH, and sexual positions.  I explain it step by step. If you want a girl, see If you want a boy baby, check out 

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