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Is there an ayurvedic programme to have a male baby?

Hello Doctors I am a second daughter of 2 kids in my family. And my big sister has 2 daughters and I have 2 daughters. First of all I have to say that we are all blessed to have our beautiful healthy girls in our home. And of course as to balance my family I really want to have son this time since this would be my last C-Section allowed to have after my previous 2 C-Section. I have read about ayurveda little bit from here, Do you think I can concieve baby boy if I follow the certain program? And would that be available? Thank you so much, this means a lot to my family :).
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hallo .Khulany.
May GOD who is the Spirit of all, who is Existent , Concious and All -Bliss , who is the Creator of the Universe, who is Holy by nature and who is the dispenser of Justice be our helpful Guide.
According to SANSKAR VIDHI the impregnation time of women consists of 16 Nights which begins from the commencement of the menstrual discharge and lasts till 16 days thereafter.
The first 4 Nights are the menstrual periods. The 11 th and 13 th Nights are also prohibited for the purpose of impregnation.
So ,those who desire MALE CHILD should know that the 6 , 8 , 10 ., 12, 14 , 16 NIGHTS are appropriately GOOD for impregnation.
Those who desire FEMALE CHILD should realize these 5 , 7 , 9 . 15 .NIGHTS are well conducive to their desired aim.
Leave out the PARUVA NIGHTS .{ Purnima , Amavasya, Chaturdashi , Ashtami ,} of the 16 NIGHTS not to do sexual course.
Therefore , the Husband and Wife desirous of Male child ought to meterialise the function of impregnation in odd NIGHTS.
Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Munish Sood's  Response
1. first thing which everyone knows is that it is the male sperm which decides the sex, so anything performed should be directed towards him.
2. moreover this ritual comes under PNDT Act, so Illegal to perform.
3. the only possible reason for being concerned about the sex of the child arises in Dominant Inherited diseases.
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Nikul Patel's  Response
As per Ayurveda Punsavan Sanskar is a way to get desire child and better child.
in program of this Treatment .. Have to take treatment of you both from the beginning of the planning to conceive for child.
There are three step for the treatment.
1. For preparing both of your body to make conceive a better child and desire child as male of female child
2. While the trying of conception.. should have to follow such medication and diet with instructions for the method of conception as which days have to make relation and how to performs etc.
3. After getting conception Ayuvreda Suggest three and half month of medicines, diet and Punsavan Nasya (Nasal Drops) as it has to perform only on particular days as Pushya naxtra.

All treatment should have to take under the consultation of Ayurveda Punsavan expert .

Dr. Nikul Patel
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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