Does Plan My Baby Really Work?

Does Plan My Baby work?Plan My Baby, aka Prince of Princess, says that you can basically choose the gender of your next baby by following the method they outline. For whatever reason, many expecting parents want one or the other. They say they’ll love their baby no matter what they turn out to be, but in the back of their minds they are pulling for a boy or a girl. This is why you have several women walking around with feminine renditions of their father’s name. But does something like this actually work? Can you tinker with nature?

Overview
There is something of a debate as to whether it’s actually possible to alter the gender of your child before they’re born. Some people claim that you can, while others say that you can’t. Since there hasn’t been a whole lot of research into it, it’s really up to whether you believe you can or not. If you want a girl and end up getting a girl, you would take credit for the success. But what if you were going to get a girl anyway, and you just happened to also want a girl? You might give unearned credit to your methods.

The Claim
Plan My Baby claims a 94% success rate for people that use the method. They say that by showing you which foods to eat, which positions to use for which gender, and how to track your ovulation cycle to tip the scale in favor of your desired gender. They also say that it is 100% natural, and that it is all backed by scientific studies.

The Hype
The hype comes from the fact that this hasn’t been proven in any major study, and is just tempting enough to think that it might work, and to give it a try.

The Cost
Plan My Baby is $47 and is sold through ClickBank. This means you’ll get to try it out for a full 60 days before deciding whether or not you want a refund. This won’t be enough time to see if it works or not, but you’ll at least have plenty of time to go through all of the tips and methods to see if the information is worth the price.

Any Scientific Basis to This?
Science has figured out a very accurate way of altering the sex of your baby, but it costs a ton and is usually only given the green light if you are trying to avoid hereditary diseases that only effect a specific gender.

Evaluation
Plan My Baby seems to be going with some of the more commonly known methods, like whether or not to have an orgasm when conceiving, and tracking your fertility so that you know how to properly climax depending on which gender you want. But it also gets into things like pH levels of the vagina which is lesser known, and more on the cusp of cutting edge research in this area.

Reasons for Choosing a Gender
In places like China where they have a one child policy in place, couples will often try to have a boy because it is very important in their society. It is also important in Western societies, and is a trickle down effect from the times of kings and titles. Today, it doesn’t matter as much as it used to, with many women hyphenating their name or keeping their maiden name after getting married. One day it probably won’t even be a concern, but today there are still some old fashioned couples out there that want to have a boy rather than a girl.

Some people just want a boy or a girl so they can round things off if they already have one or the other. For example, they might want a girl if they already have a son, or vice versa. It’s a personal decision, so there are countless reasons why people get hung up on it. It could just be that they’ve always wanted to have a girl or a boy because that’s what they connect with, or feel like they could bond with more.

Final Plan My Baby Review

Plan My Baby might work, or it might not, but how would you ever know? If you want a boy and end up with a girl after using the method, does that mean it doesn’t work, or are you one of the 6% of the people they say it doesn’t work for? And if you get what you wanted, there’s no way of telling whether the system worked, or you were going to get it no matter what you did. It might be fun to try, but just as a novelty, just for fun, and not putting all of your hope in it, and being devastated if you don’t get the gender you were shooting for.

Our Recommendation
You need to be in that place where you aren’t really concerned about what gender your baby is. If you use something like Plan My Baby and you don’t get the results you wanted, then it will be hard not to harbor at least some resentment towards your baby for not being the right gender. Having a child is a gift, just ask any couple that’s had trouble conceiving. You should love your baby fully no matter what they turn out to be. It’s rather unimportant in many cases unless there is a potential medical condition, or unless your government has mandates in place.

What do you think? Does Plan My Baby work or not?

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Zaryana September 12, 2012 at 3:56 pm

You’re so right about this, who knows whether it really works or not? Here’s the thing, I have two boys already and I want our third and last child to be a girl. But I see now I’ve been thinking about this the wrong way, when it comes to brining a life into this world, you can’t try to choose what you want but you should take the gift of life exactly the way it’s given to you and learn to appreciate life as is. Thanks for waking me up from my selfish dream.

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Vanessa B. August 5, 2013 at 9:12 am

It comes down to the fact that this book has a 50/50 chance of working. 2 people read it and try for a girl, one has a girl, one has a boy. The one who got what she wanted will say it works, while the other will say it won’t. I think that’s what makes it hard to trust.

I have heard a lot of things surrounding gender selection….eat acidic foods for a boy (or is it acidic for girl?) etc. etc. There are even whole methods out there for gender swaying. But two of the big ones, the Shettles method and the Whelan method, contradict each other! So in the end, I think, it might be something to try for fun, if, lets say, you have 2 or 3 of one gender and want to try for the other. But there are of course no guarantees, and like the article and Zaryana conclude, it comes down to accepting and loving whatever baby you have. 🙂

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