Here are a few tips on how to conceive a boy.
Have deep sex.
Deep penetration such as rear-entry position, places the sperm closer to the cervix. This gives the boy sperm a head start to fertilisation.
Have an orgasm.
After orgasm your body produces a substance that makes the vagina more alkaline. This favours the Y sperm. Also, the contractions produced during an orgasm will help the Y sperm to move up into the cervix.
Monitor the frequency and timing of intercourse.
Have intercourse 24 hours before ovulation to 12 hours after ovulation. Please ask Dr Saba about timing your ovulation.
Avoid calcium and magnesium.
Diets rich in calcium and magnesium may increase the alkalinity of the mother. This condition may not be as hospitable for male sperm. Foods rich in calcium and magnesium include nuts, beans, vegetables, yoghurt, tofu and oatmeal.
Eat foods rich in potassium.
They may create favourable environments for boy sperm. For a few weeks before conception, eat red meat, anchovies, smoked salmon, shrimp, bacon, salami, processed meats, pastries, olives and potatoes.
Gender selection methods are not 100 per cent reliable.