Have you ever thought about what you would do if you could control whether you would give birth to a girl or a boy? The technology to do this as long been available but a lot of people struggle with the ethics of this. That said, New York gender selection is now becoming more and more available for a variety of reasons. It is a very rare that people would want to determine the gender of their child simply because they have a personal preference. In most cases, it is because either the mother or the father has a genetic problem that they could pass on to a child of a certain gender.  Ethics aside, there are many ways in which you can increase the likelihood of having a boy or a girl, even without the slightly more invasive medical gender selection procedures.

How New York Gender Selection Works

Medical gender selection is very similar to IVF treatment. Essentially, a woman’s eggs are harvested and male sperm is implanted in it so that an embryo is formed. With IVF, however, a physician will simply implement a number of fertilized eggs, regardless of gender. With medical gender selection, the embryos gender is measured and only those of the gender of choice are then implanted in the woman. While this is not a particularly romantic way of falling pregnant, it is a almost 100% guaranteed way of having a specific gender. The success of the operation is much smaller, however, as only one egg will be used, which is far less than with IVF. On the other hand, this also reduces the chance of having multiples, something that most people would not want.

Natural Gender Selection

Medical gender selection is not covered by any health insurance policy. Hence, for the vast majority of people, it is also something that they are not able to engage in. Thankfully, there are a number of ways to improve at least the chances of having a certain gender. According to experts, this Starts by addressing some of the most common myths surrounding what does and does not influence the gender of an unborn child. Those myths include:

  1.  That a baby’s gender is influenced by the ovulation cycle of a woman.
  2.  That the nationality of either the father or the mother is of importance.
  3.  That medication can affect the gender of a baby.
  4.  That the age of either the father or the mother influences a baby’s gender.
  5.  That whether a woman has had girls or boys in the past as an influence on gender.
  6.  That a diet influences whether a woman will have a girl or a boy.
  7.  That the pH levels of the woman’s reproductive system influences whether she will have a boy or a girl.

The ovulation cycle may not directly influence gender, it does play a very important role. If a woman has intercourse on the day of ovulation, she has a bigger chance of having a girl, due to the fact that female spermatozoides swim faster than their male counterparts. On the other hand, the male sperm tends to live longer. Hence, having intercourse several days before ovulation increases the chance of having a boy.