I need a son

I am a 35- year old married woman. Even though I have been itching to have a son, all I have been having are girls. Now my husband is threatening to take another wife if I don’t give him a son. Kindly let me know how I can have at least one son in order to satisfy my husband.

Grace (by SMS)


It has been confirmed that the sex of a baby is determined by a man through the type of chromosomes he deposits into a woman.  It is therefore important for your husband to know this. In addition, it has also been established that couples have a 50/50 chance of conceiving a boy or a girl when they have sex. Although there are many natural and scientific sex-determination techniques in the market, none of them is fool-proof.



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