Have you always desired a baby boy? Perhaps you already have a baby girl and you are looking to have one of each gender. Or maybe you have more than one baby girl and you’re hoping to have the long awaited baby boy. Regardless of your circumstance, there are some gender selection techniques that can help with predicting baby gender for a boy. While there is no guarantee to these gender selection methods, they are still fun to try. In the end, the goal is to have a healthy baby despite the gender.
Needle or Wedding Ring Test
Take a ring of some sort or a needle and thread a piece of hair or string through. Have the pregnant mother lie down on her back. Suspend the needle or ring above her pregnant belly with your hand. If the needle or ring swings from side to side like a pendulum, then you are having a baby boy.
Baby’s Heart Rate Test
When you go for a doctor or midwife visit, they may check the baby’s heart beat rate. If the heart beat rate is below 140 beats per minute, then you are having a baby boy.
The theory behind the Shettles Method has to do with the temperature of the male’s scrotum. If the male’s groin area is often constricted due to undergarments worn from frequent sport activities, there is a risk that the scrotum will overheat. Heat has the ability to kill sperm. Therefore, the weaker male (X chromosome) sperm are more likely to die allowing the possibility of having a girl. If a baby boy is desired, the male should refrain from wearing tight underwear on a daily basis.
This test is not ideal for a pregnant woman to perform due to the dangerous fumes that are emitted. Another alternative is to use the Intelligender Gender Test.
This test involves combining an equal portion of morning urine and liquid Drano. If the mixture turns a dark brownish color after a 10 second sitting time, then you are having a baby boy.
The male (X chromosome) sperm travel quickly but die quickly. Therefore, sex should be timed the day before or the day of ovulation to optimize the chances of having a baby boy.
Choose deeper penetration positions, such as “doggy style,” to allow the male (X chromosome) sperm to get as close as possible to the cervix.
The PH balance in a woman’s vagina can affect whether a woman has a baby boy or baby girl. A more alkaline environment is favorable for a baby boy. As a result, a woman should have an orgasm at the same time or just before her male partner.