who got boys and who got girls?

Discussion in 'Trying to Conceive' started by melanieyeah, Sep 21, 2005.

  1. melanieyeah

    melanieyeah Well-Known Member

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    Just a quick question. I heard that if you concieve on the day of ovulation, its more likely to be a boy, and the day or 2 after its meant to be a girl, so if you know exactly what day of ovulation you concieved, and you know what sex your baby is, reply.. im intrigued to know if this is true. probably a silly myth, but you never know.. it would be interesting to see who got boys and who got girls on whatever day of ovulation :)-sorry if im confusing everyone lol
     
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    I conceived the day after i think but it appears im having a boy. 4D will tell us for sure in Nov.
     
  3. rach

    rach Well-Known Member

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    ive also read this somewhere on the net lol apparently its because boy swimmers are faster than girls but boy swimmers also die quicker than girls so if u want a girl u should bd 2 days before ovulation and then not again during the fertile part of month that way by time u ovulate most of boy swimmers will have died and the girl swimmers will be there waiting they also say what you eat around ovulation time can make a difference to what sex your child is lots of protein = boy lots of dairy and veg = girl.
    sorry to go on it seems ive been off work too long lately and had too much time on my hands lol xxxxx
     
  4. melanieyeah

    melanieyeah Well-Known Member

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    haha crazy.. well it would be good to choose the sex of your baby, for buying the stuffs sake, and nursury painting, but i'd be pleased to get a healthy baby, never mind what it is, i was just curious :) thanks for replying guys!
     

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