I don't ovulate...I am breastfeeding and havent had a period for 10 months...any ways or myths to ttc a girl without charting ovulation?
well, yes you do ovulate. If you didn't ovulate, then you wouldn't be able to get pregnant at all. If you're not having your period, there may be a much harder chance of you getting pregnant. The only way you can try for a girl is if you know when you are ovulating, sorry but that is the only way, let me explain.
Male sperm swim fast, but don't live very long. Female sperm swim slow, but can live up to one week. So, if you want a boy, it's better to conceive right when you are ovulating so that the male sperm will swim faster than the female sperm & impregnate the egg. If you want a girl, you're more likely to get one if you conceive a few days to a week before you ovulate. Those smart female sperm will wait in your uterus until the egg drops, while all the male sperm would have died off already.
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