What Is The Optimum Ovulation Period For A Boy Baby?

By: Sandy Dean: I hear from a lot of couples who want a boy baby. Some of them realize that the mom-to-be’s ovulation period is going to important in terms of having success with choosing their baby’s gender.

There is a reason for this. When you have intercourse before or after the woman’s ovulation, this can have an effect on which gender you get. For example, having intercourse after ovulation makes a boy baby more likely.

But many people question this even further. They believe that they need to ovulate at a certain time during the month or at a certain period of time after their menstrual period in order to be at the optimum ovulation period to conceive a son.

So I might hear from someone who says: “I’ve been testing for my ovulation for a couple of months. I think that my body is weird because I’m not ovulating at the same time every month. And sometimes, I’m ovulating much earlier than what I have read is normal. Can I change my ovulation so that it occurs earlier in the month? Would this be more of an optimum ovulation time for a boy baby?”

Hopefully, I can alleviate some of your worry. It is normal for women to have their ovulation fluctuate from month to month. Not every woman ovulates on precisely the same way each and every month like clockwork. And having later or earlier ovulation most certainly doesn’t mean that you can not still get pregnant with the gender that you want.

It can also be normal to ovulate later or earlier in the month (rather than mid-month.) This was the case with me also and I successfully became pregnant and gave birth to a boy baby without any problems.  The key is knowing precisely when you ovulate and acting.

What is more important than when your ovulation occurs is how you set up intercourse in relationship to it. In other words, let’s say you ovulate on the fifth of the month, a mere ten days after your menstrual period. It’s much more important that you know that has actually occurred rather than what the calendar says. As long as you have intercourse after ovulation occurs (regardless of when that is,) you will boost your chances of having a boy.  (The opposite is true for a girl baby.  You’d want to have intercourse before ovulation regardless of when this happens or regardless of if it happened the same way the month before.)

This works just as well early in the month or late in the month. It doesn’t matter if you ovulate on day 10 or day 20 after your menstrual period as long as you ovulate and you can identify it and then have intercourse accordingly.

Frankly, the optimal ovulation for a boy baby is any ovulation that you can identify and then have intercourse following its occurrence. Remember though that the timing of your intercourse is just one factor in your baby’s gender. The woman’s PH and the sexual positions used during attempts at conception matter also.

If you’d like step by step instructions of how to do this and when, I’ve put together a few websites that explain it more directly. If you want a girl baby, see http://conceive-a-girl-baby.com If you want a boy, check out  http://conceive-a-boy-baby.com

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