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August 19th, 2011, 10:33 PM
SparksFly1986's Avatar Veteran
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Hi I just bought some of the pH ion strips and I want to make sure I am doing them correctly it says to use either urine or saliva (which is better?) When I use them i leave them in the urine on in the saliva for 15 seconds and then compare right away, correct? If it is I have about a 6.5 which is acidic (it would be ideal seeing as we want a princess, but I know it needs to be about a 4.5) I wonder if that is correct how I have two boys though, much be due to having sex on O day! So if anyone could help with this it would be great thanks so much!!
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August 27th, 2011, 10:33 AM
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No for TTC a specific gender you want to test your CM PH . you urine and saliva PH will always be more alkaline then CM.
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