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Posted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 1:50 am Post subject: Baby Making Thoughts...

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Hi!

My husband and I are contemplating procreation. I am his second wife, he has 3 sons. I am 30 and that ol' clock is a-tickin'! My husband states he'll get a reversal of his vasectomy in a heart beat if we could have a girl. I would LOVE a girl too! This is a rather scientific process. I would love to hear from people who have "been there, done that" and found success. Advise? Encouragement?

I think the Moore's are wonderful for offering such great information to the public. Thank you!!! I look forward to chatting with anyone on the subject.

 

Posted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 2:05 am Post subject: Making babies and gender selection

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Everyone knows making babies is fun. And truly, all children, girl or boy, are gifts to the parents that have them.

We just had a baby a few months ago, and even though I'm mid-30s, it was easier than ever; Making them and having them are one thing, the getting up at night gets harder as you get older!

Gender selection works extra well when the female has a very regular cycle. That is because the ovulation date can be more easily predicted. the x sperm are the holdouts and will be around the longest so it is a matter of timing, having sex early enough before ovulation so as they are the only surviving sperm, but not too early (otherwise, you don't get pregnant at all)

I think having babies is one of the greatest things that couples can ever do, althought I realize it is not for everyone,

Lisa

 

Posted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 2:07 am Post subject: That old clock ticking

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Thirty is Young!

Young Mama

 

Posted: Wed Feb 16, 2005 11:24 pm Post subject: Thanks Gang!

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Thanks for your responses! Glad to hear that females are not so complicated to conceive. I've got a fairly regular cycle in that I can anticipate the next date of menstration almost down to the hour! It will just get quirky with getting a handle on when to use the douche and when to have sex (i.e. not too early, and not too close to ovulation). ACK! It's FANTASTIC practicing nontheless!

 

Posted: Fri Feb 18, 2005 1:34 am Post subject: gender selection making babies girl or boy

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hi , and thank you for the kind words!

i agree with you 100%, that trying to make babies can and should be fun;

for someone as regular as you are, the timing issues of trying for a girl should be relatively easy (and theoretically very successful too, assuming you become pregnant)

if you have our book, you already know the reasons why that is--only the x sperm survive long enough to fertilize the egg when the timing is done correctly

in my syndicated column 'ask dr moore' , i cover many topics of interest for pediatrics and pregnancy. it is posted at many sites on the net including at: www.washingtonpublishers.com

 

Posted: Tue Mar 01, 2005 6:01 am Post subject: upcoming article

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we were just interviewed by 'iparenting magazine' for an upcoming article on gender selection. they also did followup contacts with couples who applied the natural methods and techniques outlined in our book 'baby girl or baby boy'. when it posts later this month, we will create a link from out site at www.washingtonpublishers.com

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