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How To Conceive A Girl

Updated on July 10, 2009

How To Conceive A Girl

How To Conceive A Girl

How To Conceive A Girl

Do you want to learn how to conceive a girl? One option is to go down the medical route.

Your first challenge will be to find a trustworthy gender selection clinic. This means checking out any success statistics for conceiving a baby a girl. Each day new gender selection clinics appear, and they always seem to have excellent success rates immediately!

The following procedures are frequently used for the purpose of gender selection.

How To Conceive A Girl - Sperm Sorting

There are two different ways which allow the y (male) sperm to be identified and removed. The first way uses a centrifuge, which divides the sperm into female (x) sperm and male (y) sperm. The y sperm are then removed leaving behind the x sperm. The second way involves the injection of fluorescent dye into the sperm. The dye shows up the y sperm and they are then removed.

Female sperm can now be introduced into the potential mother with the use of the IVF procedure or the use of artificial insemination.

How To Conceive A Girl - Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)

PGD is the procedure that was originally used to detect genetic disorders, but it can also identify the male and female embryo. This makes it a useful way to get pregnant with a girl. 

Fertilized eggs will be left to develop over a period of around 3 days, after which time each embryo has a single cell taken from it. The cell that has been removed is examined and the embryo's sex determined. The IVF procedure can be used to implant only female embryos into the would-be mother.

Both the costs and the success rates can vary considerably, and you must bear in mind that some clinics can omit the costs of things such as IVF or insemination when they advertize their prices. Failing to discover any hidden costs in advance, could leave you with your plans in tatters.

You'll be happy to learn that there are easier, cost-effective, and quicker ways to conceive a baby girl.

You deserve to have the baby girl that you always dreamed of!

To find out how to conceive a girl without medical intervention, then visit right now.


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