5 tips to increase your chances of conceiving a boy
A few years ago, you just had to hope to have a sex child that you want! But not anymore! Nowadays, there are all kinds of methods. Whether you want a boy or a girl, you can take good steps to increase your chances. Of course, none of the methods listed below seem to be effective, but it’s worth a try. Here are some tips to improve your chances of having a boy.
1) Know when you ovulate
This sounds obvious, but when you try to conceive, you absolutely must make sure that you ovulate. If you want to determine the sex of your baby and increase your chances of getting pregnant with a male baby, you should know that the best time to have sex is 24 hours before ovulation and no later than 12 hours after ovulation. This period corresponds to the life span of male sperm, which lives for a shorter time inside the female reproductive tract compared to female sperm.
2) Say goodbye to the missionary sexual position (man on woman)
So it’s time to stop the position of the missionary (man on woman) – at least for now and try a position that will allow deeper penetration, such as “standing sex”, you up (woman on the man) or on all fours. The most reliable being the “doggystyle” putting a pillow underneath the woman that allows maximum penetration. The basics of this deeper penetration will “drop” these little sperm closer to the uterus, giving them much less distance to travel and a better chance of “winning”.
3) It also helps if the woman reaches orgasm
This increases the alkaline properties of the vagina which, again, supports the sperm to do its job. Orgasm also causes uterine and vaginal contractions that help push the sperm upward where they have to go.
4) General advice
Caffeine can help give Y a sperm. An energy drink, a cup of coffee or even chocolate before having sex will not hurt.
5) Eat foods that provide a supportive environment
Salt, tea, coffee, soft drinks, all fruit juices, sparkling mineral waters rich in sodium, all meats and fish, sausages, all fruits (but especially banana, dates, apricots, oranges, peaches, cherries, chestnuts, prunes, and dried figs), some vegetables (potatoes, mushrooms, artichokes, white beans, lentils, peas), and to delight gourmets, dark chocolate, sweets, desserts and cakes without milk.
Suggest to your partner to change his type of underpants, if he likes underpants tighter. Boxer shorts may look less glamorous, but they do not “squeeze” the testicles close to the body and make them overheat. This, in turn, can reduce the number of spermatozoa produced and, in turn, the likelihood of conceiving a boy.