How to Choose the Sex of your Baby

How to Choose the Sex of your Baby

The Method Best Supported by Scientific Evidence

Book - 2006
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Random House, Inc.
For almost forty years, How to Choose the Sex of Your Baby has been the standard reference for couples trying to increase their chances of having the son or daughter they hope for. In this new edition of their classic book, Dr. Shettles and David Rorvik provide authoritative scientific studies and compelling anecdotal evidence demonstrating that the Shettles method continues to produce results unmatched by any other method. Dozens of testimonials confirm its ease of use and rate of success.

How to Choose the Sex of Your Baby
explains the simple, at-home, noninvasive Shettles method and presents detailed steps to take to conceive a child of a specific gender. The properly applied Shettles method gives couples a 75 percent or better chance of having a child of the desired sex. Some researchers have reported success rates of up to 90 percent!

Baker & Taylor
Drawing on the latest research, an updated guide discusses the ethics of gender selection, explains how conception takes place, and tells how to use effective techniques to increase the chances of having a girl or a boy. Original. 12,500 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Broadway Books, c2006
Edition: Rev. and updated ed
ISBN: 9780767926102
9780385244428
0767926102
0385244428
Characteristics: x, 238 p. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Rorvik, David M.

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