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Does Having A Lot Of Intercourse When Trying To Conceive Accelerate Your Ovulation Period?

I sometimes hear from people who want their ovulation day to come a little earlier this month. Maybe they're trying to get pregnant and they won't have access to their partner for the whole month. Or, maybe they have the optimum PH for the gender they are trying to get and they want to rush and ovulate so they have the best chance of conception while their PH is the best. Because of these types of variables, people will often find ways to accelerate or bring about their ovulation earlier than usual.

One way they would think to do this is to have sex with more orgasm. I believe that they think that sex causes hormones to fluctuate which in turn can cause ovulation a little faster.

I might hear comments like: "My husband has to go to business this weekend, I want to have a baby boy so I know I need to have sex after ovulation. I don't want to have ovulation this weekend and so on because my husband won't be in here and I'll lose a month trying to get pregnant. If we start having sex now, does that make my ovulation a few days earlier? "

Problems with this Plan: I wish I could tell you that it will. Unfortunately, at least in my opinion, this plan may not have the chance to succeed. Your ovulation is determined by a certain hormone boost that is not influenced by whether or not you have sex. In fact, there's not much you can do to change when your body naturally expands.

And this is another problem with the plan. You plan to have sex in the days leading up to ovulation in hopes of getting ovulation earlier. Because you want men, you need sperm to be released after ovulation. But by having regular sex before ovulation, you introduce sperm before your optimal period, which actually makes baby girls more likely. This is the opposite of what you want to do.

I know that picking up your ovulation day will make planning much less complicated. But unless you take hormones (which you don't want to do if you try to get pregnant) your body will generally have menstruation and ovulation based on when the hormones are released internally (unless there is a disease or drug that removes this schedule.) Most of the time, your body is attached in the same basic cycle except for something that puts it off the track. When you are pregnant, regular and predictable ovulation is important, so it is not in your best interest to modify this cycle. If you don't want to wait a month to try again, I recommend going with your husband on a business trip if this is possible. This may be a better solution than having sex before ovulation and making baby girls more likely.

There are several factors you can control during this process. To some extent, you can control your vaginal PH by changing your diet or douching. And, you can also control the sexual position you use when trying to conceive. Both of these factors can affect your baby's gender. But in general, you can't control when you're in the mood. Generally, it is mother nature to take care of that. And these are important variables, so it's best to try working on your body's schedule rather than trying to change it.


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