How to Choose the Sex of Your Baby: The Method Best Supported by the Scientific Evidence
This scientifically proven approach has a success rate of 75 percent for those seeking female offspring and 80 percent for those who want male offspring. Because the method is based on the accurate timing of ovulation, the use of the new home ovulation tests makes it easier and more effective than ever.
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violence , all because of an overabundance of males and a shortage of females .
... unproved assumption that , given the choice , parents will overwhelmingly
choose to have male offspring and only rarely will want to have female offspring .
Oligospermia [ low sperm count ] is associated with female offspring . In men with
sperm counts of 20 million cc and under [ 20 million sperm per cubic centimeter
of fluid ) , the likelihood of female offspring varies inversely with the count . With a
+ In late 1987 , a Japanese researcher reported success in preselecting a small
number of female offspring using a separation technique that relied upon this
slight difference in DNA content . The heavier , female - producing sperm were ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ladytaluka - LibraryThing
I read this whole book from cover to cover. That being said, I thought a lot of it was a waste of my time. The author kept saying why his method was better than the other methods out there for sex ... Read full review
it works!User Review - intheknow - Borders
after 3 girls a friend insisted i read this book...i wasn't really interested, whatever God wanted me to have I will have. The book mysteriously came home with my husband, so what the heck, I read it ... Read full review
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