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Gender Selection Methods

Natural Gender Selection Methods

You can try these "low tech" methods in the privacy of your own home, and for free! However, there is no proof that any of these methods actually significantly improves your odds of having a boy or a girl. Includes Shettles, O+12, and more.

High Tech Gender Selection Methods

High tech methods are clinically proven to give you the best odds for having the desired gender, but they are expensive and inconvenient because you must get pregnant using either artificial insemination or IVF. Includes MicroSort sperm sorting, PGD, the Ericsson methods, and more.

Consider Adoption!

A wonderful way to make a son or a daughter part of your family.

Gender Selection Books, eBooks, Kits, and More

You've just seen a slick offer for a GUARANTEED and easy method for getting the son or daughter you long for! How do you know if it's too good to be true?

Anecdotal "proof".
If you see no more "proof" than a few stories from "happy parents", remember that at least HALF of them will get the gender they hoped for just by chance -- and those are the ones whose stories you're seeing. A real gender selection method will be supported by controlled clinical studies with a large number of births, and studies published in well-known medical journals.
Money-back guarantee.
It sounds good, but when you don't get your desired gender, will a refund of the price of an e-book really make you feel better? It's a good deal for the seller: even if the "secret" doesn't work at all, at least HALF the buyers will get their desired gender just by chance, and how many of the rest will bother to claim the refund?
Aggressive marketing.
It should come as no surprise that MANY people, the world over, want desperately to choose the gender of their next baby -- if you had a secret that was easy and effective, you could name your price. You wouldn't need infomercial-like advertising with fake "limited time offers" and worthless "added bonuses".