Some couples like to determine your baby’s gender. There are several ways to determine gender:
By calculating the time of ovulation and having sex two to three days before ovulation, the likelihood of getting pregnant girl and a day before and the day of ovulation, the possibility male child will increase. It also creates an alkaline environment in the vagina can move faster chromosome Y (male producers) and an acidic environment can help to the survival chromosomes X (female producers).
Semen is placed in a test tube, and then it is rapidly spun in a centrifugal machine. The heavier, denser X-sperm are thought to separate from the lighter Y-sperm. There is 78 to 85 percent success rate for boys and 73 to 75 percent for girls.
Sperm absorb a dye which attaches to the DNA or genetic material inside the sperm. The X chromosome is larger than the Y chromosome, thus absorbing more dye and displaying greater fluorescence when exposed to laser light. Success rates using microsort are close to 90 percent for female, and close to 75 percent for male.
The PGS involves testing one cell or cells from an embryo created via in vitro fertilization (IVF) With PGS; one cell from the embryo is removed to analyze its chromosomal makeup, which indicates whether the embryo is female or male. Only embryos of the desired sex are transferred to the uterus during the IVF cycle. PGS in conjunction with IVF is 99.9 percent effective selecting the sex your child.