Are you going to have a little baby? That’s really cool experience for sure. It’s the greatest thing in the world and it’s normal to qurious about any single detail around your pregnancy. One of the most desired things to know about your baby has been its gender. Are you curious about your baby’s gender? Probably yes… If so, here is a way to see a Chinese prediction about this. You can use this Chinese gender predictor, which uses the Chinese lunar calendar to tell you is you are going to have a boy or a girl. There are no scientific proofs that this tool is 100% reliable, but according to some experiments, it has accuracy of over 90%. So just give it a try… Continue reading
This is a very old method for predicting the gender of the coming baby, developed by Chinese many years ago. It’s so old, that there many myths about it. This Chinese gender predicting chart was found in a tomb of a Chinese king and it’s estimated to be more than 700 years old. Although, there are no scientific evidence about the accuracy of this chart, this is something used for centuries. Some people say that this chart can predict the gender of your baby with accuracy as high as 90%. This is a pretty sure,by the way. However, we don’t believe that anyone but God himself can make such an accurate prediction.
However, everybody has the right to believe in what she wants, so you will lose nothing if you… Continue reading
When do I ovulate? You would be amazed how many women wonder about the answer of this question simple question. This is not that surprising, because the days around your ovulation day are some of the best days for conception. Ovulation is the process of releasing an egg from your ovaries one time every menstrual cycle, due to hormonal changes. Your ovulation date determines the so called ‘fertile window’ which is the most suitable period to get pregnant. This window is around 6 days before the release, because sperm can survive in woman’s body for that long and your egg is available for just a day after it is ovulated. So, all the 6 days before the actual date of egg release are appropriate for conception.
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Ovulation is the phase of the monthly cycle, in which ovarian follicles release a mature egg in the oviduct. This starts during the phase called Luteal Phase and the egg in the oviduct becomes ready to be fertilized by the sperm. If no fertilization happens, in a few days starts the menstruation. Ovulation starts in the middle of the menstrual cycle (on the 14th day on average). The several days before and after ovulation, from day 10 to day 18 of an average 28 days cycle, are the most appropriate for conception. These days for the so called ‘fertile window’ in which is the time when the egg could meet a spermatozoon. Sperm can survive for up to 7 days in the body of women and the egg is available… Continue reading
The date of conception is one of the most important, if not the most important, dates in your pregnancy. Everything else like due date, fetal age and other important things are calculated based on this date. This is why it’s very important to know when a pregnancy actually starts. This tool can help you very much in this, it can calculate for you the exact conception date based on your last menstrual period and average length of cycles. Don’t worry if you don’t know exactly one of these, the conception date is not always very exactly determined. And this is no problem, because a variation of 2-3 days is not a big deal and in fact does not matter much. Enough words said, below is the calculator you can use.… Continue reading
The gender in humans and most other mammals is determined at the time of conception. What your baby’s gender would be entirely depends on what pair of sex chromosomes it gets. Simply, boys have a pair of two different chromosomes – XY and girls have two X chromosomes – XX.
The mother can only provide a X chromosome, the Y chromosome can come only from the father. In other words all eggs contain one X chromosome, while 50% of spermatozoons have X and the other 50% have Y chromosome. During fertilization only one spermatozoon fertilizes the egg and depending on the sex chromosome it carries (X or Y), the gender of your baby is formed.
Humans have a gene or genes on the Y-chromosome that determine maleness. A single gene… Continue reading