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Help & Advice On How To Conceive A Girl (Or Boy)
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Penelope Louise Brown's helpful, scientifically-
She explains the importance of knowing your ovulation cycle and charting it so that you can have sex at the optimum time, and explains in details the strengths and weaknesses of both the female and male sperm. By taking advantage of the male sperms speediness and the female sperm's hardiness, she provides invaluable advice on how to maximize each to have the child of your dreams.
The details include information on diet and supplements and their impact on the acidity
or alkalinity of the cervical mucus, and the best sexual positions for getting sperm
closer to the cervix for a boy, farther away for a girl.
In putting together her well-
All together, her books provide all the information a couple could want to have a boy or girl and have a healthy, happy pregnancy.
Penelope Louise Brown is a fertility and gender selection expert who has helped thousands of couples to fulfill their fondest dreams. Whether a couple is hoping to conceive a boy or a girl, and for whatever reason they have that preference, Penelope Louise Brown has provided a step by step guide that helps them to get pregnant quickly and easily with the baby that they want.
By explaining how to take advantage of the unique characteristics, strengths and weaknesses of male and female sperm, she provides the answers that have helped so many have the girl or boy baby they want.
With great sympathy and understanding, Penelope Louise Brown writes extensively about the variety of reasons that couples may choose to exert control over the gender of the
child they are about to conceive. She explains that some couples want to keep the size of their family small in an effort to provide a level of security during uncertain economic times, while others are getting older and running out of time to conceive a child of each gender in the time they have left; Penelope Louise Brown makes no judgments on the reason for gender preference. Instead, she provides helpful information on how to get pregnant with either a boy or girl.
She acknowledges that the desire to choose a child's gender has existed for centuries, and even explains that historically people went to such extremes as removing the father's testicle in the mistaken belief that male sperm existed on one side, female sperm on the other. Continued below....
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