Is it Harder to Conceive a Boy Or Girl?

By | October 17, 2017

If you’re reading this article, I will assume that you’re wanting to conceive a baby and have a specific gender on your wish list. This article will focus on the variables necessary to conceive a girl or a boy and how to manipulate them using inexpensive, natural methods at home. Although choosing your baby’s sex is possible at an expensive gender selection clinic, my personal experience lies with natural methods.

Differences In The Difficulty Between Conceiving A Boy Or Girl: Statistically speaking, the odds are almost even, giving you an approximate 50/50 chance for either sex, but this doesn’t tell the whole story. Having boys or girls can run in families and there can be a reason for this, which I’ll get to later. However, because of the characteristics of female (X) and male (Y) sperm chromosomes, it can take longer or require more planning to conceive one sex / gender over the other, but it’s never impossible.

Girl (X) Versus Boy (Y) Sperm Chromosome Characteristics: When a couple is trying to conceive, a man’s sperm contains chromosomes that will result in a girl baby (X) or a boy baby (Y). However, there are numerous factors that will influence which chromosome containing sperm will get to the egg and fertilize it first. Boy sperm are faster, but not nearly as hardy as girl sperm. Girl sperm are slower, but can survive for much longer in hostile (acidic) conditions. You can use these factors to your advantage when trying to chose the gender of your baby.

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