The lifespan of sperm in a woman’s body is largely dependent on cervical fluid since it provides the sperm with the nutrients they need to survive during their journey to the ovum. The typical lifespan of sperm in a woman’s body while fertile cervical fluid is present is three days, but in the right conditions sperm can even live up to five days. However, it is important to note that sperm do not typically survive for five days, even in fertile cervical fluid. A life span of 1 to 3 days is much more typical.

Based on that theory, our customer care team often receives this question:

“Since there are 4 Crucial Dates each month to conceive the desired gender, what if I get pregnant on the last and 4th date you have provided me with? Would I still get pregnant with the desired gender?”

Excellent question! And the answer is yes, since the lifespan of sperm has already been taken into consideration when we provided you with the Crucial Dates. Consequently, you can have intercourse as many times as you wish, starting on the 1st Crucial Date provided and all the way through the very last and 4th Crucial Date inclusively, within the specific times given.

Trust the method, follow the 3 steps exactly as instructed and the outcome will amaze you…