Vaginal PH and its effect baby gender is among the hottest topics on my gender selection blogs. Since many hopeful couples realize that they can’t control the man or father to be’s sperm (he releases both boy and girl sperm chromosomes,) they are looking for something that they CAN control. And one thing that they CAN control is the woman’s vaginal PH. I will tell you the effect on this vaginal PH as it relates to your baby’s gender in the following article.
More Acidic – Lower PH Makes you More Likely To Have A Girl Baby: If you check your vagina with PH testing strips and then notice that it is lower on the chart, that means that you are more acidic. (I’m not giving actual PH ranges here because they vary based on the kit or method / chart that you are using.) If you are more acidic, you are more likely to conceive a girl baby.
The reason for this is that the Y sperm chromosomes produce boys. And these Y’s deteriorate quite quickly in an acidic vagina. That means there’s less of them to fight for the egg.
High PH / Being Alkaline And It’s Affect On Baby Gender: On the other hand, if you have a high PH on the chart / kit that you are using, you’re more likely to have a boy baby. The reason is that you don’t have the acidity that is detrimental the Y sperm. So those Y’s are then present in a larger amount. And, since they are faster then the X sperm chromosomes that produce girls, their larger numbers and faster speed makes it more likely that it’s one of them that will fertilize the egg.
Is Vaginal PH The Only Thing That Affects Baby Gender?: Many people email me and tell me they’re working on their PH and they assume that this is all they have to do. While it’s true that getting the right PH can go a long way toward getting you that baby gender that you want, this alone can’t be any guarantee.
Some boy or Y producing are bound to make it through even the most acidic vaginal environments. And X or girl producing sperm are not affected by an alkaline PH. So it only makes sense to cover every single variable you can rather than only one.
There are two other things that have an affect on baby gender. These are your timing and the distance that the sperm has to travel. Since the Y sperm (boys) are weak and don’t live as long, if you have sex early in your ovulation cycle and use the right sexual intercourse positions, this would help you get a girl (Your chances would be even greater if your PH is right.)
If you have sex late in your cycle and use totally different sexual positions, then you’d bump up your odds of getting a boy.
So, no, vaginal PH isn’t the only thing that has an effect on baby gender. But it’s very easy to measure and control. And it’s certainly worth a try.