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Yes, but: There are no natural methods for gender selection, that's all myth. Sperm sorting for insemination can reportedly shift odds to around 70/30 (from 50/50, ) although some experts dispute its usefulness. Gender can be selected by embryo biopsy at ivf, but in the us is usually considered inappropriate except for medical reasons. ...Read more
Success: Dr. Ericcson claimed 78% to 85% for boys, 73% to 75% for girls as success rates according to a website. ...Read more
What is the rate of success of modified ericsson method for gender selection. I want exact perventage for boy gender. Am lost with different answers?
No definitive answer: There is no definitive answer, and thus why you are "lost with differing answers." ericsson methods can never fully extrapolate 100% sperm for male or female, ...The layers of gender-selected sperm are of higher concentrations but not pure. This lack of purity explains the approximate 30% chance of gender selection failure of the ericsson method. ...Read more
What is the probability of a boy using modified eriscsson method for gender selection. Our dr says 85%. Am lost with views. What is the official %?
50/50: Unless you do ivf with pre-implantation genetic (pgd) testing, all methods out there do not work well and at the end its 50/50. Do not spend any money doing this, its false hope. Otherwise if this is very important to you then do ivf with pgd. ...Read more
Why is ericsson method still used for gender selection if most drs here say it lead to 50 % chance of any gender. So simply like natural. Is it ethics?
50-50 chance: You have a 50-50 chance of having a boy. ...Read more
I am doing gender selection. The xx was 6 cells on day 3 and 8 cells on day 5 when transferred.My docs don't seem hopeful. What is your opinion?
What is the % of success of boy gender selection using modified ericsson method. I want a medical scientific proven answer please since I am lost.
There is no way....: ....To select a baby's gender ahead of time. Each time the chance is 50:50. ...Read more
Why there is no concensus on ericsson method for gender selection and still used. If it is useless why not forbidden. It is unethical for drs to use?
Autonomy rules: This is the crude technique of centrifuging sperms, the x-chromosome carriers being heavier than the y-chromosome carrier. It works so-so, thus ethical. Free speech allows advocacy even of obvious false claims and many dubious practices. I'd encourage you not to sex-select your child; in countries where there is selection for boys, girls will be at a huge advantage in the next generation. ...Read more
What s the success of modified ericsson method for gender selection of boy. My gun said 85 %. Is that accurate. I want scientific and stat based?
Sorry...: The ericsson method has no scientific basis to back up its claims. No study has been able to show that it has any validity. The only way to be sure of the gender of the baby is in-vitro fertilization. ...Read more
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