Plan Your Baby Boy Or Girl
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What if you could decide and control whether your child would be a boy or girl?
Over the years the ethics of choosing the gender of your children before they are born has been a subject of many controversies. Since Plan My Baby is intended to explain to you the many non-invasive and natural methods of having a baby of a gender of your selection, the ultimate decision lies with you. Yet, notwithstanding the controversy over ethics, the fact remains that each couple’s idea of a satisfactory parenthood is to have a balanced family.
And no question stirs more curiosity than wondering whether your next born will be a boy or a girl. “Wondering about the gender of a child is something every expectant parent does, with some clearly more curious than others,” says Shari Leipzig, MD, an obstetrician and clinical instructor at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.
Dr.Landrum Shettles, a professor at the University of Columbia, U.S.A, has been a pioneer in natural gender selection methods for 45 years and is an author of international repute.
At a national meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Dr. Shettles was credited with having published “the landmark paper,” in the early 1960s, which made sex preselection a subject that could and should be taken seriously. By having made the decision to investigate and, we hope, use sex selection yourself, you have become part of a landmark effort that we believe will continue to flourish.
Talking about her best- selling book Plan My Baby, Alicia Pennington, the author says “With so many myths surrounding this topic mixed in with the truths, it can be hard to comprehend what steps you should follow. With my many years of experience as a midwife and my own personal success with pre-determining the gender of my children, I have decided to offer my learnings in the form of a book for all future parents to take advantage of”.
According to her, while there is no 100% accurate way to naturally select the gender of your future child, you can increase the likelihood of having a boy or a girl by following some very easy steps, but here are the important truths to grasp as you begin to plan for the gender of your first or your next child:
1. The woman’s ovulation cycle does not effect the baby’s sex,
2. The nationality of either party has no effect on your baby’s gender,
3. Your medication does not effect your baby’s gender,
4. The age of either partner has no effect on the baby’s gender,
5. The current gender of your children has no effect on the gender of the unborn baby.
The next step would be to understand how conception really works and the factors that will determine the sex of the new born baby. Every month, there is a window of fertility that is approximately five days long. Three days prior to ovulation to one day following ovulation are the best times to conceive.
Finally, there is the dietary program that will not only influence your fertility but will help you determine whether you have a boy or girl.
With a worldwide success rate of 94%, Plan My Baby can be the answer to so many hopes and aspirations. Simply give it a try?
R.P.Bhalla is a retired airline captain and an expert on social affairs. He writes exclusively on Family, Health and Money matters. http://delightedparents.com
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