Does Plan My Baby Really Work or Is it a Scam? Here is a review of Alicia Pennington's Program:
The name of Alicia Pennington’s book, Prince or Princess, hints at what it offers couples who are ready to start planning a pregnancy. Many couples would like to choose the sex of their baby, and while there is no full proof way to accomplish this yet, there are some steps you can take to drastically improve your odds of conceiving a child of the sex you prefer. There are a several different factors that determine the gender of a baby, and in her guide Pennington explains how you can exert influence over these factors to get the result you are after. She claims that, if you follow her instructions to the letter, you have a 94% chance of being successful. This is a pretty bold claim; can she deliver on it?
Is This for Real?
I always thought claims like this were just based on old wives tales—but it turns out that many women have claimed success using them. Alicia Pennington is an experienced midwife, and has worked closely with many couples who were set on conceiving a child of a particular gender. She has seen women try every trick in the book; and while many of these methods failed, some did not. Over the years Alicia began to see a distinct pattern, and as suspicious as she was about it, time and experience only seemed to confirm the efficacy of these methods.
As she worked with more couples she was able to see exactly which methods worked and which were just hot air. She began to counsel women and couples, teaching them these methods, and the results were extraordinary—over 90% success rates. With this success, Alicia decided to create the Plan My baby program and let all couples in on the secrets she had learned.
Method’s Taught in the Guide
Let’s take a closer look at some of the specific methods Pennington recommends, as there are several to mention. The first thing she suggests doing is getting an ovulation calendar so you will know when you are ovulating and where you are in your cycle at any given time. This is crucial, as many of the techniques you’ll be using rely on timing. Once you are able to pinpoint the specific phases of the ovulation cycle you can try to time your conception accordingly to influence the sex of your child.
You will also be measuring the pH of the vagina—which is a measure of how acidic or alkaline the environment is. The pH of the vagina at the time of conception also plays a role in determining the sex of the baby, so it is another key factor to be aware of. The pH can be influenced by the diet, and Pennington also makes recommendations you can follow depending on which sex you are shooting for.
Sexual Positions? Really?
You may not think sexual positions would have much of an influence on the gender of your baby, but as it turns out, they do. The book lists sexual positions according to how they influence the different sperm, so you can choose accordingly when you are trying to conceive. Of all the recommendations in the book this one seems the most suspect to me, but if you want to do everything in your power to conceive a child of a specific sex, it certainly can’t hurt to follow this advice.
Backed by Research
On subjects like this there are a lot of old wives tales floating around, so it can be difficult to separate the fact from the fiction. Pennington only recommends methods that are backed by clinical research, and while there is no way to guarantee a child of a specific sex, these techniques will allow you to do everything in your power to get the result you are looking for.
The author’s extensive experience working as a midwife has given her the real world know-how to be able to weed out the methods that work and not waste time on those with no scientific backing. All of the techniques in the guide are safe and natural, and require no dangerous drugs or invasive procedures. Pennington puts safety first, and her common sense approach is what makes her guide so well received by women around the world.