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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 ...
... which should result in more male than female offspring, just as has been
reported by many researchers over the years. ... that among Jews who are known
to strictly observe niddah male offspring do, indeed, outnumber female offspring.
these factors contribute to more female offspring later in life. ... One study showed
that women of about fifteen, twenty, thirty, and forty years of age had offspring
with sex ratios of 130, 120, 112, and 91 males, respectively, for every 100
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