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Posted by Deborah
on October 15, 1999 at 00:50:02:
In Reply to: Re: Sex Selection Procedures posted by Presper on July 25, 1999 at 14:13:04:
: I read two books about Sex selection & it sited several studies that said the opposite of your advice with regard to timing of intercourse. The books said that if you are using intercourse (versus artificial insemination) then you should have intercourse 4-6 days before ovulation... havve you heard about this theory?
Tell me what would be the difference in intercourse and insemination???? No difference! The sperm into the vaginal canal/cervix same thing---- Intercourse before ovulation for female sex, and at time of ovulation for male. The reason for this is simple, female sperm have been shown to live longer--fertilization actually takes place in the free area (usually or very high up in the tube) and if the female sperm are there at time of ovulation from intercourse from days prior will be female child. If egg is just being released the males are faster and have better chance of getting there first. The males faster but die faster too. Female sperm live longer but are slower. Follow me??? You also want to be sure to have a high spem count when wanting male child and want deep penetration to help get the sperm as far into the canal/cervix as possible. I would like the title to the book that you are referring too?
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