I recently heard from some one who was trying to become pregnant with a girl baby. However, she already had four girls. Her sister had two girls. Her mother had only conceived girls. There were no boys or brothers.
She asked me "why do some people only have boy or girl children? Is there any way for me to change this so that I can have a boy baby this time around?" I will address this question in the following article.
Is There A Gene That Makes Boy Or Girl Children Run In Families?: People sometimes ask me if there's a "boy baby gene" or "girl baby gene." Scientifically, there's not. Scientists have actually studied men who have several of only one type of gender. And they have found that those men still release equal numbers of X (girl making) and Y (boy making sperm chromosomes.) In fact, most specialists will tell you that all men release roughly equal amounts of boy to girl producing sperm - which makes sense when you figure that the girl to boy ratio is roughly 49 to 51 percent.
Technically, It's The Man's Sperm That Determines Whether You Have A Boy Or Girl Child, But This Is Only Part Of The Equation. The Mother Counts Too: If you want to strip this down to the most basic equation possible, if an X sperm chromosome makes it to the egg, you get a girl baby. If it's a Y, you get a boy. Since we know that men release equal numbers of these, then that leaves the woman or the mother. Let's now look at that.
Can The Woman Or Mother Have The Boy Or Girl Gene?: Well, if the man doesn't have some sort of gene that makes him only have girls or boys, what about the mother? I don't think there's these types of genes where the mother is concerned either. But, I do think that there can be a female family history of alkalinity and acidity.
See, my theory is that since we know the man's sperm ratio doesn't change, and we also know that the females' PH can influence your baby's gender, then the long line of boy or girl children may well have something to do with the mother to be. If your PH is acidic, you are more likely to have a girl baby. If it's alkaline, you're more likely to have a boy baby. I think that some women are extremely alkaline or extremely acidic and this might run in families. (In fact, I have had women test their PH and find that this is true.)
If a woman is extremely acidic, she's more likely to have a girl because the acidity helps kill off the boy sperm. And, if a woman is extremely alkaline, this makes her more likely to have a boy because the Y sperm are faster and are more hardy on the way to the egg. This means they'll often win the race.
If you're a woman who keeps having boy or girl children, then I would strongly suggest checking your PH. There are 2 very good resources on both of my blogs below which go into this even more and give you step by step instructions. One gives you a douche recipe that's often sold for close to $500 at gender selection clinics. Check out my blogs http://conceive-a-girl-baby.com and http://conceive-a-boy-baby.com