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How to having baby boy?

How to having baby boy?

No way to know: Other than an in vitro fertilization, there is no way to make sure that you will have a boy or a girl baby. Each baby gets chromosomes from the mother and the father. The mother has 2 x's and the dad has an x and a y. If they combine to make xx, you will have a girl. If they combine to make xy, you will have a boy. It really depends on which type of chromosome comes from the father. ...Read more

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How can I have boy baby?

How can I have boy baby?

You're kidding right: The same ones that can conceive a girl. The swimmers decide the sex & the first one in makes the pick. They don't care how they get there they just go for the prize. You have a 50/50 chance with each conception. All the myths out there about special timing/foods/position are bunk. ...Read more

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How can I have a baby boy????

How can I have a baby boy????

Same way every time: You get pregnant. You have 50% chance every conception. There are a lot of myths about position/diet/etc. and none work. You can have embryos created in a fertility center and pre-select the sex for implantation, but it is quite expensive and may never work. ...Read more

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How do I balance spending time with my new four month baby boy and my husband evenly with out feeling like im neglecting the other one?

How do I balance spending time with my new four month baby boy and my husband evenly with out feeling like im neglecting the other one?

E.A.S.Y.: E.A.S.Y. Help baby develop a pattern of eating when you decide. Preferably every 3-4 hours during daytime. After eating, keep her awake for 20-30 min. So she doesn't require feeding to prompt sleep. Place baby in separate area from eating for sleeping. Routines for sleep by 8pm. Then you time for a couple hours w spouse at end of the day. Hang in there. Dr. J. ...Read more

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How many inches a month should a baby boy b growing?

How many inches a month should a baby boy b growing?

Depends on age: Every child grows at a different rate and should be followed by a pediatrician for proper evaluation. Infants born at full term are expected to grow: 1 - 1.5 inches per month for the first 3-4 months; 0.5 - 1 inches until 12 months. http://medicalcenter.osu.edu/patientcare/healthcare_services/pediatrics/growth_development/pages/index.aspx. ...Read more

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What do we have to plan out in order to have boy baby born?

What do we have to plan out in order to have boy baby born?

Gender Selection: Gender selection is socially controversial. We can do it with ivf/pgd to find male (xy) embryos for transfer. We also screen all chromosomes and reduce risk of downs etc. Not everyone offers it. We also usually limit to "family balancing", that is to help people have an equal number of boys and girls. To have a boy you must already have more girls at home. Do not do for 1st child. See specialist. ...Read more

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What is a good way to gain weight fast for teen boy?

What is a good way to gain weight fast for teen boy?

Not too fast: Eat healthy foods that are high in calories. Eat six meals per day. Work on strength training to build your large muscle groups. Work out w heavier weights w fewer repetitions. Sleep at least 8 to 9 hours/night. Hydrate well w water. Foods to help w healthy weight gain: almonds, cashews, pecans, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, walnuts, hummus, avocadoes, granola, trail mix, dried fruits, extra. ...Read more

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I want baby boy.Is it possible?

I want baby boy.Is it possible?

50-50: Roll the dice! and 50-50 each time there after. (in all seriousness, i believe they are finding ways to now isolate x and y spern, but I am no expert. I derfer to my fertility colleagues.) little boy blue come blow your horn! momma want a new baby boy! ...Read more

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Would you consider a boy of age 18 with height 187cms "too tall" or just "tall"?

Would you consider a boy of age 18 with height 187cms "too tall" or just "tall"?

Just Tall: Your height is at the 95th percentile on growth chart meaning you are just tall and within the normal limits for height. At age 18 yrs you are mostly done with growing & near your maximum adult height. Your weight is not given but important to know. Height is genetically determined. If you have had normal health visits with your doctor, there is no need for concern. Tallness is a nice trait too! ...Read more

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