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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 ...
The sperm cells that are used in these procedures undergo "washings,"
suspensions in various fluids, centrifugation, and so on. Heat is the form of "stress
" which, more than anything else, seems to affect sperm counts. And if it is true, as
ratios, but those that exist tend to support Dr. Shettles' argument that resulting
lower sperm counts yield an excess of girls. Skin divers who spend a great deal
of time in tight-fitting, heat-retaining rubber wet suits, for example, have been
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