Would Semen In My Urine Affect My Ovulation Test To Help Me Get A Boy Baby?

By: Sandy Dean: I often hear from people who are watching their ovulation very closely in an attempt to conceive during the right time in order to get the gender of their choice. Many feel pretty sure that they know when they should ovulate. But, when they don’t see this ovulation in the time frame that they expected, they think that perhaps something interfered with their test.

For example, someone might ask me: “I have been testing for my ovulation for about five days. I felt sure that I would ovulate yesterday. But I am still getting a negative. I want a boy baby. So it is very important that I be able to have intercourse in order to try to conceive right after I get that positive reading. I am worried that I am actually positive but am getting a negative reading. If I had sex right before I tested for ovulation, could my husband’s semen have contributed to my getting a negative reading when I’m really ovulating?”

This is only my opinion, but I don’t think so. Here’s why. An ovulation test is looking for luteinizing hormone which is present as ovulation approaches. This is a hormone produced by a woman and not a man. So if this hormone is in your urine in high enough levels, you are going to get a positive reading. If it isn’t, then you will not. Getting a negative reading does not mean that you won’t get a positive the next day or in a few days when the hormone begins to rise and show up on the test. Not every one ovulates on the same day each month or when they expected to. So keep testing and you may get that positive sooner than you thought.

A man’s semen shouldn’t have any effect on your reading since the only thing the test is looking for are hormones unique to a woman.

You are right that it is best to attempt to conceive after ovulation when you want a boy. And since you’ve recently had sex, it’s actually good that you aren’t ovulating yet because if you had been, then this would have made a girl baby more likely. So, this is actually a positive development. It means that you can wait to have sex again until you get the positive reading. This will maximize the timing for a boy. But, timing is only one part of what you want to keep track of. When trying for a boy baby, deep penetration during intercourse can also help. So can making sure that you have an alkaline vaginal tract. Both things help to give the boy sperm a boost and an advantage when it makes its way to the egg.

My suggestion would be to keep testing and to then have intercourse once you get a positive.  If you’d like more specific information on what to do in order to get the gender of you choice and when, I’ve put together a few websites that explain it step by step. If you want a boy baby, check out http://conceive-a-boy-baby.com If you want a girl, see http://conceive-a-girl-baby.com

(Visited 5,922 times, 1 visits today)

About admin

Comments are closed.