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|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by CHoccolaTE(f): 2:59pm On Feb 28|
Does Christianity allow philandering in men? Because the way a lot of guys justify men cheating is just baffling to me.
Does Christianity allow men to "go outside" and get any gender of children they want?
Abi which religion do you follow?
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by danny34(m): 5:17pm On Feb 28|
Timing intercourse to Select the Sex of the Baby:
This method depends on the molecular Weight of the sperm; researchers found that the y-sperm has a low molecular weight, so it is faster in movement but lives shorter.
On the other hand, the x-sperm has a heavier weight then slower motion, but lives longer.
So, we can calculate the time of ovulation and determine the time of intercourse according to the desired sex. If intercourse occurs 12 hours prior to ovulation, a baby boy is favored but if it occurs several days before ovulation, it will favor a girl.
WHAT THEN IS OVULATION AND HOW IS IT CALCULATED?
How to Calculate Your Ovulation Period Using Your Menstrual Cycle
Ovulation is the phase in a woman's menstrual cycle when an unfertilized egg is released from the ovary and travels through the fallopian tubes and into the uterus. This is the stage of the menstrual cycle during which pregnancy can occur, if the released egg is fertilized by sperm.
I will explain how to use the length of your menstrual cycle to determine when you may be ovulating. I will also go through other ways of predicting and detecting ovulation, such as tracking your basal body temperature, cervical mucus, or purchasing an ovulation kit.
How Many Days After Your Period Do You Ovulate?
According to Ob/Gyn Dr. Tami Prince, MD, "Ovulation, which is the release of an egg from the ovary, usually occurs approximately 14 days prior to the next period." Count the number of days from the first day of your period to the day before you next period to determine the length of your cycle. Then subtract that number by 14 to determine what day after your period you will ovulate. If your average menstrual cycle is 30 days, you will ovulate 16 days after your period starts (30-14=16).
Predicting ovulation is not foolproof, meaning there can be a margin of error in pinpointing the exact time of ovulation. Prediction can be off by at least 2 days.
1. Calculate the Length of Your Menstrual Cycle
Make a note of when your next period starts. This is the first day of your cycle.
Then, make note of when your period comes again in the following month. This is the beginning of the next cycle.
When you count the days in between, this gives you the length of your cycle.
Here's an example:
Period starts: January 1
Next period starts: January 31
Days in between (including January 1 but not January 31): 30 days. The menstrual cycle length, therefore, is 30.
You might want to do this for more than one month, as menstrual cycles can vary in length from month to month. This will also help you determine if you have an irregular cycle, in which you may skip periods for a month or more at a time. An irregular cycle will make predicting ovulation more difficult.
2. Calculate When Ovulation Starts
If you have a 30-day cycle, then ovulation will occur approximately on day 16 of your cycle. Ovulation occurs 10-14 days before your next period, so you will get an approximate ovulation date by subtracting 14 from the number of days in your cycle (eg. 30 days minus 14 = 16). This means that ovulation will occur 16 days after your period starts. If you have your period on January 1, ovulation will take place on January 17.
NOW FOR ME THIS IS WHAT I DID. I GOT MARRIED ON MARCH 17, BUT I TRACKED MY FIANCÉE PERIOD FRM JANUARY. HAVING TRACKED IT, I KNOW HER AVERAGE CYCLE WHICH IS 28 DAYS. I THEN DOWNLOADED AN OVULATION APP, I INPUTED THE FIRST DAY OF HER PERIOD IN MARCH WHICH IS ON THE 10TH. IT LASTED FOR 4DAYS MEANING IT ENDED ON 14. THEN INPUTED HER AVERAGE CYCLE WHICH IS 28 DAYS IT THE GAVE ME MARCH 26- 28 AS HER MOST FERTILE PERIOD TO HAVE SEX FOR A BABY BOY. I DID SO, SCAN SHOWED xy. Junior is now 10 weeks, had his 10 weeks immunization yesterday.
I believe you are learned. Make your own research . this is an information age. I did not consult any doctor . Google is my doctor.
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|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by danny34(m): 5:19pm On Feb 28|
I will advise you save your home. Make your husband happy. Since you guys are buoyant today, open a saving trusts for the kids as tomorrow is not promised.
This is my one cent to you
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by danny34(m): 5:22pm On Feb 28|
Hello, I have just threw more light on the sex selection. Thanks
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by eniolorunfe: 5:30pm On Feb 28|
Thanks... you have done well !
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by Smile4mee01: 6:18pm On Feb 28|
The rise of having female children is a concern to the normal african Man...
But again I think this was written in the Holy book a time would come when 7 women with be to 1 man.
I think after your first try was female you could have researched having a male cause this will always be a concern.
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by Contumely: 6:39pm On Feb 28|
Could you say what you mean exactly by wanting an heir?
And what benefit or quiddity is such an heir to you upon your demise?
Again, how do you rationalise this your inordinate desire for an heir? Few reasons will suffice.
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by danny34(m): 6:45pm On Feb 28|
Let me start my response this way... We are entitled to our opinions, views , likes n dislike.
I want a family where I would have 2 boys n a gal. It is my preference. Am entitled to think that way without recourse to what other think.
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by Contumely: 7:00pm On Feb 28|
You have just engaged in tergiversation.
Mind you, it's a logical fallacy to say "I am entitled to my opinion" You are reasonably entitled to what you can defend or argue for.
Does it mean you cannot defend or try to convince one as to propriety of your belief, one you have held on to tenaciously?
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by Nobody: 7:01pm On Feb 28|
I think some people skipped Biology class while in school. It all has to do with X and Y chromosomes.
If a woman gives birth to all girls it is the man's fault and not the woman.
Going out doesn't make any difference.
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by PrimadonnaO(f): 9:41pm On Mar 01|
How do you talk about God and abortion in one statement, though?
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by PrimadonnaO(f): 9:41pm On Mar 01|
Very useless advice!
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by NwanyiAwkaetiti(f): 9:47pm On Mar 01|
PrimadonnaO:I believe in God.
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by armyofone(f): 1:14am On Mar 02|
Danny34 is a Male. Print out his post and give your husband to read. When he is done reading, tell him darling na man like you proactive so o. Him no get two heads or two peniises. You supposed to don learn from even the village school you went to that you are the determinant.
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by Sanchez01: 6:11am On Mar 02|
NwanyiAwkaetiti:Are you really a female or a troll?
|Re: My Husband Pressuring Me For Another Baby by Mizwisdom(f): 9:02am On Mar 02|
I have a gut feeling that this is a fake story and the OP is a male, a jobless jambite. If not, why will a busy mother of four come across as this jobless. If your first born is 15, it means you've known your husband for 16 years and you're still this clueless that you need advice from a faceless group regarding your family problem? How did you cope all these 16 years? very fake story. If you've truly been married for 16 years you should know what to do. Most of us here have not been married that long or even married at all.
Verdict = Fake story.
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