GIRL OR BOY -- THE CHOICE IS YOURS
For the first time ever, you don’t
need to simply hope that your next baby will be the daughter you always
wanted or the son who balances your family. Guarantee the Sex of Your
Baby tells how today’s revolutionary medical techniques such as sperm
sorting and Preimplantantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) allow you to
choose the sex of your next baby with 99.99% certainty.
the Sex of Your Baby guides you step by step through the maze of sex
selection options and, in easy-to-understand terms, explains the
high-tech medical procedures that empower you to have the baby of your
Guarantee the Sex of Your Baby...
•Reveals which high-tech procedures are most effective
•Explains the pros and cons of low-tech approaches, including the Shettles Method
•Exposes the myths and misnomers of sex selection
•Tells how to find a fertility specialist who can help you
•Includes vital information on preventing genetic disorders using PGD
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Ulysses Press; 1 edition
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
''High Tech Methods Only''
By Joseph E. Nicholls
book explains about the sex selection history in the past and present
and about three high tech methods, which includes the Erisson Method,
PGD, and the Microsort method. So, if you want to go the high tech route
on choosing the sex of your child this book may be for you, but you can
also look up these methods over the internet for FREE.
If you want a good sex selection book I
recemmend "How to Choose the sex of your baby" by Dr. Shettles. It talks
about all the high tech and low tech methods. I bought both of these
books and that one was the best.
''Not What I Thought''
By Mental Mommy VINE™ VOICE
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were looking for something a bit more detailed on the Shettles Method
and got more of an overview of the various sex-selection methods, most
of which were clinical. While I laugh at myself for thinking that we can
determine our babies gender with diet, cycle tracking, and various
other methods, I also think it can't hurt. At the same time, we weren't
at all interested in clinical methods because of the cost, time, and
because more than anything, we want a healthy baby... it would just be
nice to have at least one girl in the house other than me! So! If you're
looking for something to help you understand the available methods of
sex-selection, this book is great. However, if you're looking for
something that will help you increase your chances of one gender over
another, I'd try a different book.
''Great Information and more''
By J. Pedowitz
really loved this book! This book provides the technical data one needs
when making decisions about sex selection. However, the best part of
this book is the emphasis and helpful advice on discussions (the many
discussions) one has with family, friends and physicans. Weiss does an
excellent job of aiding the reader with talking points for a variety of
people the reader might encounter. She also does an excellent job of
freeing the reader from thinking that he or she has to talk about it at
all or defend it. Weiss reminds the reader that she is control and when
you are surrounded by experts and an unlimited supply of medical jargon,
it is liberating for someone to remind you of that!