Kynzi, after having many years of practice tracking her ovulation cycle tried the O+12 method and got pregnant with a girl on her first try. 41 other women tried the same method shortly afterwards and 37 had girls – a 90% success rate.
In order to increase her chances of success, Kynzi had her husband refrain from ejaculating for her entire cycle leading up to “the day”. While this may not work for everyone, a 7-day sacrifice can certainly increase the amount of girl sperm in the semen.
Secondly, you need to be able to accurately track your cycle. The study used three indicators – basal body temperature, cervical mucus, and the leutinizing hormone (LH) surge. The women with the most success in conceiving babies had intercourse 32 hours after their LH surge was detected, 1 day before peak cervical mucus, and the day before a change in basal body temperature. Today’s OPK kits can help with detecting LH surge and give you more accurate results.
So, if your heart is set on a girl, perhaps the O+12 method can help.