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WANT A BOY

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO CONCEIVE A BOY.  WE HAVE 2 BEAUTFUL GIRLS AND ARE TRYING FOR OUR THIRD AND LAST CHILD.  WHATEVER WE HAVE IS FINE BUT WE WOULD LIKE TO PUSH THE ODDS IN FAVOR OF HAVING A LITTLE BOY
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The only sure way is to see an MD that are able to perform (actually I don't know what it's called)- but they will separate the sperm and only implant your egg w/ a y chromosome. I'm sure it costs thousands, but otherwise you'll have to leave it up to destiny.
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Unfortunately there's no known way to choose the sex of your baby by natural means. Foods, medications and positions are a myth. Like Liza55 said, a fertility specialist would have to separate the sperm for IVF or IUI. Good luck and may your dreams come true!
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The theory is that male sperm swim faster but die earlier and female sperm are slower but live longer.  Therefore if you want a boy you are supposed to bd right when ovulating and not before this.  If you want a girl bd prior to ovulation and not during.  
Although I have to say we bd'd right at ovulation(not trying to choose sex but because of the trigger shot I had) and I am having a girl.
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What does bd stand for?  Also what do you mean by trigger shot.  I am sorry I am new at this site.
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BD stands for baby dance, or intercourse. Mlb134 must be on fertility meds. I believe the trigger shot starts ovulation.
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