My Pharmacist Knows How To Plan Childbirth For couples, Any Baby Gender

Good evening, Madam Eya.
Happy new month.Welcome to the month of December,I'm grateful to God that we all are alive,healthy and strong.
I love your blog, a friend of mine introduced me to it.
You are a doing a very good job, May God bless you for it.
I love d recipes you always put up especially Omalicha's recipes.
May your family remain blessed always.


Please,I read some posts on your blog that gave me deep concern. its the one about d lady whose husband wants her to abort d baby she's carrying because he thinks it's a girl again. its so sad what our society has become.


I'm a Pharmacy student of

University of Benin currently on industrial training at a community pharmacy in Lagos.the Pharmacist whom I work with here is very elderly...in his seventies.He's quite experienced in the profession and knows how to plan childbirth for couples.
I'm d first born of 4 girls and I knw how it feels to be female in our African society.


I'd appreciate it if you can link me up with these ladies so I can encourage them and even advise them on how they can conceive and perhaps have male children.
I'd really appreciate you allowing me to help my fellow women.
Thanks and God bless.

38 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:41 AM

    @poster,i appreciate ur effort to render some help but pls include ur contact address or phone no

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    1. Thanks for appreciating my effort.my phone number is 07063502195.

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  2. Anonymous8:15 AM

    Poster, I think it will be good you post your contact so that they will be able to contact you.

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  3. Anonymous8:26 AM

    Poster,i am particularly not too comfortable with the statement "I'm d first born of 4 girls and I knw how it feels to be female in our African society".The same societal issues females have in Africa is the same that exist in any other continent. All kids are from God and have equal access to good things from God. You can render help in planning the sex of a baby but do not make a negative representation af any gender.

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    1. I'm d poster.I'm nt trying to make a negative representation of any gender.
      Its my observation.
      Besides my home doesn't have a problem wit female gender.
      I said "perhaps" male children.
      Thanks for ur opinion.

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  4. Anonymous9:40 AM

    Thanks Osar 4 trying to help. Plz i did hsg nd d results say i ve ashermer syndrome nd my prolactin is a bit high(26) to b precise. Is ds affecting my ttc

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    1. Dear Anonymous 9.40am,
      Thanks for thanking me.
      Ur prolactin level is a bit high but its still within normal range.
      As for the Asherman's syndrome,it's better u see a good Gynaecologist who'll determine hw to treat it.if it is severe,he may need to carry out a surgery to treat it.after treating it and full recovery u can plan ur pregnancy.
      Cos d uterus might nt be safe nor support pregnancy nw.
      Asherman's syndrome is caused by a scar on the uterus.
      See ur Gynaecologist first.

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    2. Anonymous10:52 AM

      With all due respect, I don't think you should be giving medical advice.. By the time you get licensed to practise, you should stick to dishing out drugs prescribed by those licensed to advise and prescribe..I doubt the NMA and your association will be pleased with your philanthropy.

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    3. Anonymous12:29 PM

      God bless U Anon!!!

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  5. Anonymous10:05 AM

    Dear Anonymous 9:40 please read this http://www.totalhealth.co.uk/clinical-experts/mr-adrian-lower/understanding-ashermans-syndrome

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  6. Anonymous11:53 AM

    please sorry to shift from the topic, I just want to know where Ahdaisy is cos it's been a long time she commented on any post.

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    1. Anonymous1:14 PM

      AHDAISY,knock it off
      We ve mama ijebu,omalicha,debbie,bala,dortly
      Madam if you want to come back no wahala stop all this childish rubbish

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    2. Anonymous6:19 PM

      LEAVE AHDAISY ALONE Y'ALL.
      THE LADY WORKS IN A BANK NOW AND DOESN'T HAVE THE TIME FOR E FIGHTS ANYMORE. SHE IS VERY VERY BUSY!!!!!!

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  7. This is so good. Thanks for being of help.

    Kudos to Aunty Eya for publishing the post too.

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    1. Thanks,Funmy.
      Yea...many kudos to Aunty Eya and her blog.

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  8. Anonymous3:18 PM

    Tanks Oscar 4 d info God bless u. I want 2 ask hw can someone who has 21days cycle plan for d childbirth gender

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  9. Anonymous3:18 PM

    Tanks Oscar 4 d info God bless u. I want 2 ask hw can someone who has 21days cycle plan for d childbirth gender

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  10. Anonymous3:18 PM

    Tanks Oscar 4 d info God bless u. I want 2 ask hw can someone who has 21days cycle plan for d childbirth gender

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    1. 21 days cycle ?...hmmn...
      21 days cycle is nt normal.
      Does she see her period for up to 3 day?
      I need to know the pattern of her menstrual cycle to plan it for her.
      Pls,contact me so we can discuss better.my phone number is on my reply to d first comment.

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    2. Anonymous12:05 AM

      Did you say you are a pharmacy student or a gynaecologist?
      When did Pharmacy courses begin to include planning people's pregnancies and giving advice on medical conditions including choosing baby sex?
      Nigeria! I hail.

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    3. Anonymous10:57 AM

      Hmm my dear I tire oooo.. You never even graduate. Be very careful your conduct isn't unbecoming of your intended profession.

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    4. Anonymous12:32 PM

      Aunty Eya mba o, I no gree for this one. Allow specialists do their job biko nu nu, no hard feelings, no attempt at discouraging anybody, but even me wey be Dr, I dnt practice gynaecology at all, not to talk of a Pharmacist.
      Lets all id our boundaries pls n pls.

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  11. Good work Osas... Egbe fu we re!

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  12. Anonymous8:54 PM

    Abeg na woman I dey find oooo! Expecting my 3rd boy. Thnx anywaiz dear. Will still save ur contact incase.*wink*

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  13. Anonymous9:17 PM

    Tnks Osas. Please can u educate us briefly here on how to plan for a boy child. I am married and av a duaghter now. But i want a boy next (next year). can one influence it

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  14. Anonymous10:07 PM

    Please stop this! There is no way to plan your baby's gender! Why are we allowing such deception to reign?

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    1. Anonymous12:35 PM

      Some have tried the Billings method and it worked for them, some have tried it painstakingly, no show.
      So U may hv a point.
      I still maintain the young lady aint got no authority for ds jurisdiction she has found herself in.
      Ds is not in the area of specialization for a Pharmacist, so r U practising as a herbalist???

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  15. Anonymous3:28 PM

    thank u Osar. will save your numb for later . I've been TTC since 7mnths ago , now I think am Pregnant cos my last period was in October. does scanning detect as early as 3to4 weeks pregnancy? this is my first and am so clueless on anything. d home test strip I did shows positive I don't want to b disappointed on going for early scan , should I wait more?

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    1. U can do a blood test for pregnancy nw .
      Wait a little more before doing an ultrasound scan.

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  16. Anonymous1:26 PM

    Y'all should keep all dese rants,yes rants! To urselves,u dnt hv to b certified a medical doctor to give some medical advices. If u r in d medical line(pharmacist,physiologist,nurse e.t.c) and u read very well with enuf research,u'll knw that plannin child gender is no big deal... I knew about dis wen i was jst in 200 level back at the college of medicine as a physiology student with the help of my many embryology text books. And den,dis young lady is on IT with a professional,dt's anoda way u can learn tins... Wot do u all think dos doctors know?? Pple dt quickly run to their library to prescribe drug for a patient?? Or dos that hv medical dictionary they cant do without on their phones,laptops,tablets e.t.c just to understand some medical terms??? Mscheew... Havent u seen that book wf the title "whr thr's no doctor"?? Wake up pple,wake up!
    @poster weldone jarey

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    1. Awwwwwww....thanksssss sooo much for this write up.
      May God who knows u bless u wherever u are,Amen.
      Thanks for not crucifying me like some "anonymouses" here.
      **many big hugs**

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    2. Anonymous11:12 PM

      Amen n amen... Uwc dear *hugs*

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  17. Anonymous9:58 PM

    Pls I want identical twinc how do I go about it,I called u bu u didn't ans

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    1. Me sef want twins and am trusting in tha Lord n confident He'll bless me Kapish!!! Ain't nobady gat tiiiiiiiime for searching for how to get twins or boy or girl by force... children of any gender are blessings.. Even if I neva av twins Ama be alryt!! Jesus is still Lord....Make una no siddon somewhere, make u leave ur "alafia" dey find "fia fia" up and down....*rme*

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