From a study of over 1,300 women who charted their temperature’s using basal body temperature (BBT), it was found that on the day of the temperature rise (indicating that ovulation had just occurred) that there was a greater chance of having a girl baby than a boy on that day.
The study also went on to say, you had the best chance of having a boy baby if conception occurred six or more days before the temperature rise. The success rate of the Whelan method says that it works 65% of the time for a boy, and 57% of the time for a girl.
Wow, this process is going to be harder then I thought. With so much conflicting information how am I to know which one will give me the greatest odds of conceiving a girl?
Contemplating from Boyland,