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Conceiving A Baby Girl Vaginal Discharge

by Shubha

After the intercourse (during the ovalution period), I have found often that there will be a white vaginal discharge after few hrs or when I pass my urine. What exactly is that? Is it the sperm that has been injected come out or what exactly it is?

Is there any problem if it comes out? Will I not get pregnant this time? I am a bit worried. I am 32 yrs old and my husband is 39. We want a girl baby and tried to have the intercourse as per your calendar. Please, do help me in this respect.


Hi Shubha,

Having a white vaginal discharge a few hours after intercourse is semen that simply comes out. This is perfectly normal and will not interfere with your ability to get pregnant.

This discharge looks like your fertile cervical mucus and can be easily mistaken by that. That’s why if you are charting your cervical mucus, make sure to check before having sex.

To conceive a baby girl it is recommended to use the woman-on-top position and this will allow for some of the semen to leak out of your vagina. If your husband’s sperm count is high enough there is no problem. The leakage is actually favourable for conceiving a girl as fewer sperm will remain giving the X sperm an advantage.

It is harder to conceive a baby girl than a baby body, so make sure your diet is acidic as the sperm carrying the X chromosome, necessary to conceive a girl thrive best in an acidic environment within your vagina.

Some women check their pH level before intercourse and it is not acidic, they douche with vinegar to lower the pH. It takes approximately 4 hours for the sperm that carries an X chromosome to reach the egg. So these initial 4 hours after sex are very critical.

Encourage your partner to take a hot bath or shower before sex. The heat lowers sperm count and favours X sperms.

Medical experts believe that y sperms (boy) swim faster than x sperm (girl), but X sperm survive longer in the reproductive tract.

So, you're more likely to conceive a girl if you have sex every day for 2-4 days and then abstain from sex two days before ovulation. Then eat foods that keep your pH low.

This is a list of foods:

Cheese, milk, meat, cakes, cranberry, strawberries.

Drink only peppermint tea (3 cups a day).

Take calcium citrate supplements, avoid coffee and eat low sodium foods.

I Hope this helps you!
Fertility Blessings!

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Question About Intercourse
by: Anonymous

I have been trying to conceiving from 1 year and our doctor said everything is normal. I'm 28 yrs old and my husband is of 32 yrs old, but we are not understanding what is the problem. Actually after intercourse some discharge comes outside when I go for cleaning does it mean that intercourse is not getting successful?

Sperm Leakage After Sex and Conception

It is very normal to have some semen come out of your reproductive tract after intercourse. This does not mean that you will not get pregnant. You have nothing to worry about. If your husband produced lots of healthy sperm and has high amount of spermatic fluids, some will leak out and this is just fine. Not all the sperm that enter your vagina during sex will go to fertilize the egg.

The most important thing to do in order to get pregnant is to time intercourse correctly. Make sure to monitor your cycle each moth in order to increase your odds of pregnancy.

My advice is to use a fertility monitor. I do recommend using Ovacue Fertility Monitor because it gives couples lots of time to plan sex in order to conceive. It is very accurate (up to 98.3% accuracy in clinical tests). It has helped many couples plan intercourse and get pregnant naturally and quickly.

Many Blessings!

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