Friday, August 6, 2010

XY-chromosomes and XX-chromosomes Baby’s Sex Determination

The chromosomes (XY chromosome and XX chromosome for male and female respectively) had been researched by experts as being the determining factor in the sex of your baby.

First of all we need to realize that there is no way to guarantee that you can determine the sex of your baby, but what you can do is look at the theory of conception and the male sperm in order to try to determine:

• What role the chromosomes play in the possible outcome of the sex of your baby, and
• how you can go about "planning the sex of your baby" bearing the effect of chromosomes in mind.

Now, this is the real fact:

The sex of a child is determined by a man, and NOT a woman. How?

 This is naturally what God endows man with since the man is the head of the family and he is given double portion of XY chromosomes.

 During sexual intercourse, a man releases his sperm into a woman’s vagina, the sperm contains two chromosomes [X- and Y-chromosomes (XY)]




i.e.

 A man's sperm contains two chromosomes [X- and Y-chromosomes (XY)] within it while a woman’s ovum also contains two chromosomes in form of XX chromosomes. This is natural gift of nature and it happens without your interference.



 If the man’s Y chromosome (from his XY chromosomes) fuse with the woman’s X chromosome (from any one of her XX chromosomes), then the result is XY chromosomes i.e. a bouncing baby boy is conceived. In a simple word,

Y (from man’s sperm) + X (from woman’s ovum) = XY (Baby Boy)



 However, if the man’s X chromosome (from his XY chromosomes) fuse with the woman’s X chromosome (from any one of her XX chromosomes), then the result is XX chromosomes i.e. a beautiful baby girl is conceived. In a simple word,

X (from woman’s ovum) + X (from man’s sperm) = XX (Baby Girl)



 The Y-chromosomes are habitually very fast but weak. How come? The Y chromosomes (in the XY chromosomes from man’s sperm) have greater energy than X chromosomes (from the same XY chromosomes) and thus move with greater speed than his counterpart X chromosomes (which is not as strong as his fellow Y chromosomes).

However, it should be noted that when a man releases his sperm into a woman’s vagina during sexual intercourse, the sperm contains millions of sperm cells in which each cell is made up of two chromosomes [X- and Y-chromosomes (XY)] and the two chromosomes (in their millions) start a race by swimming towards the female’s egg in order to fertilize it.

Also, out of the millions of male versus female chromosomes racing towards the ovum to fertilize it, only one (which is the smartest, strongest and the luckiest) will eventually get to fertilize the ovum.

Nature has, from the beginning endowed a male to be strong specie but the fastness of the Y-chromosomes usually leads to quick usage of energy and hence, most of the faster Y-chromosomes become weaker quickly and may die before reaching their goal (the female’s ovum).

If the Y chromosomes (which is by far the faster of the two) wins by reaching the ovum first and hence fertilize the ovary, then a bouncing baby boy will be the result.

However, if the slow but very strong X sperm emerges victorious, then a pretty baby girl will be the outcome. The X-chromosomes moves slowly and are able to reserve their energy, hence they appear to be stronger than the Y chromosomes and last longer than the faster Y chromosomes.

All these depend on the ovulation period (i.e. discharge from the ovary of ova or an ovum).
NOTE: If the female’s egg is not fertilized by any of the chromosomes from the male, then the egg will ruptures and will be discharged as menstruation in female.

Y-chromosomes are all muscle and no brain (like men) while X-chromosomes are very cool, systematic and cunning (like women) in their race towards their goal (the ovum).

Hence, XY-chromosomes (from man’s sperm) determines the sex of a baby

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