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Gender Swayers Group #222
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Posted 26 October 2012 - 07:45 AM
Hopefully this is a good sign for next month....
Hope everyone is doing well. I am still feeling sorry for myself. But at least am getting closer to my next attempt.
Posted 26 October 2012 - 08:41 AM
Kylie I am in Perth too. Tis a lovely day, I have been up since 5.30 washing lol. kids are still in bed.
Have a great day!
Posted 26 October 2012 - 09:30 AM
Hope everyone is well - yucky day here in Melbourne
Posted 26 October 2012 - 11:08 AM
PrincessHollie where are you located? Im the fremantle area.
The joy of living in Perth, the sit back & relax lifestyle and the great weather
Posted 28 October 2012 - 09:27 AM
Hi girls,DH and I have 3 boys, I've always wanted 3 boys and fell blessed to have them.DH wants me to think about trying for a girl. It would be ok to have another boy, but to have a 4th I'd love it to be a girl. DH wants a daughter and I would love a daughter too.How hard is it to sway for a girl? Is it tracking ovulation and timing sex before ovulation and abstaining during the 24hr surge?Thanks for advice, it will help me decide.
I can't add paragraphs due to iPhone...
Edited by 3littlegents, 28 October 2012 - 09:29 AM.
Posted 31 October 2012 - 11:21 AM
Hi Ladies, hope your all doing well. Haven't been in much lately. Nothing much happening here. CD7 so just waiting for O.
3littlegents, there is really a lot to it depending on how much you want to sway. I would have said have a look at in-gender but the website seems to be down since last Friday so not sure what is going on there. Dream Gender is very good but has a lot different approach to many of the other sites. However in one of the earlier threads there is information on what to do to get a girl if you do back through them. Good luck.
Anyone else on ingender and noticed the site is down. Anyone know what is going on?
Posted 02 November 2012 - 04:04 PM
wow it is really quiet in here. hoping for some more BFPs soon.
just wanted to let you know how we are going... i had my bloods done, HCG was less than half of what DD1s was, so while it was low it was still "average" i had some spotting over the weekend then on monday i had a really bad bleed. majorly stressed so went back to dr who sent me for more bloods. results the next day showed HCG at 421 so just over doubled in 3 days. sent for more bloods yesterday which were 1700, so tripled in 3 days. very very happy, and feel like i can relax now! bleeding has settled into brown discharge, so basically the same as i had with other kids.
hoping to see some more BFPs in here, and i will be back to let you whether we have a pink or blue bundle!
Posted 02 November 2012 - 07:14 PM
jemso glad to hear that your numbers are climbing! It is extremely quiet in here, i check everyday for any new posts but there has been nothing.
I have started my diet again as i find it very hard with everything im not meant to eat.... Im wondering if anyone successfully gender swayed without doing the diet? To me it seems to be more about the timing than the diet but i will do it as much as i can.
Waiting to see when AF shows up as it will give me my cycle length to fix up as my may-june cycle was 28 days, june -july & july-july cycle was 26 days, then july-august & august -september cycle has been 27 days. When i had my default cycle as 26 days i O'd a day late but when i changed it to 27 days i O'd a day early, when i get my +ve OPK it lasts around 2-3 days.
Either way i have 2 more AF's to go through then we will be officially TTC#3!!!!!
Posted 05 November 2012 - 12:32 PM
Jesmo, so great all is good. It would have been scary with the bleed so good your bloods came make as they did. Hopefully you can relax now and try enjoy being pregnant.
Luvmy2, I would try and stick to the diet if you can or atleast stay away from the big no nos. Good luck I know it is hard.
atm, CD12 today so nearly there. O is usually CD16 so going to start BDing very soon and just do it through O. Not sure if to start at 0-3 with 5 days abstinence or 0-2 with 6 days abstinence. Am not worrying about prefect girl timing and frequency this month. Just want to get pregnant and then be happy I am pregnant.
Posted 09 November 2012 - 07:21 AM
So been MIA as I have been on the gold coast with the family for a holiday. On the 21st of October DH & I had an oopsie, I went and got the morning after pill as after two miscarriages I wanted to wait till next year.
Fast forward to holiday (yesterday) felt gross, dreaming about vomiting, period late. A first response was purchased and pee'd on in a public toilet in surfers with 2 kids in tow. Second line came up straight away. What the! Hubby was off doing something so me and the kids went to cotton on kids, bought a two little jumpsuits in pink and blue and wrapped the test in them. Gave it to him under the surfers sign on the beach. He was as shocked as me.
I am guessing from conception date I am 4+4 today! Fingers crossed for a sticky one and a boy for DH lol.
Posted 09 November 2012 - 07:24 AM
oh congrats princesshollie even if it wasnt in the plan! hope everything goes smoothly for you this time
Posted 09 November 2012 - 07:38 AM
due date is 5 july, around there somewhere lol. do you know when yours would be?
Posted 09 November 2012 - 07:43 AM
I think the 15 based on conception but 18th based on LMP. I will get a scan anyway in a couple weeks to check How exciting. Did you sway this month?
Posted 09 November 2012 - 07:46 AM
no it was a bit of a fail sway this month. no diet, timing was off due to 2.5 days of positive OPKs, so dont like our boy chances lol.
Posted 09 November 2012 - 07:53 AM
Dont worry I am the same. I took the morning after pill lol. Are you finding out?
Posted 09 November 2012 - 08:05 AM
definately! i wouldnt be able to go through 20 weeks NOT knowing lol. are you?
Posted 09 November 2012 - 10:36 AM
YAY Congrats PrincessHollie!!!
I really gonna kick into my diet, having a partner who all he wants is meat makes this diet sooo much harder! Anyone who has done the girl gender sway diet, would love some ideas regarding what you ate during the day and for dinner... thanks muchly in advance!!!
Posted 10 November 2012 - 09:43 AM
Morning! Well my 2nd last from AF before TTC begun this morning, making that cycle 26 days . So i have now had cycle lengths of 28, 26, 26, 27, 27 & 26...
Posted 12 November 2012 - 08:54 PM
DH and I want to TTC#4 in about 14-18 months. We have 3 boys and since our family will be complete at 4 children we really really want a girl to balance things out a little. I don't want to be the only girl in the house besides the cat lol.
I bought the book "Choose your baby's gender" so I'll be reading that but how soon do you start the diet and lifestyle changes to hopefully sway the gender with a better chance?
Any recommendations for reading, tips? Anything? Please PM me I'd be eternally grateful!
Thanks In Advance!
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