Our expert says:
It is certainly possible to do gender selection with fairly high probability of success should a pregnancy be established. This is accomplished through invitro fertilization and pre-genetic diagnosis of each embryo for the appropriate sex. Only embryos with the desired sex would then be transferred into the uterus and should a pregnancy occur, then the likelihood of success is extremely high. However, due to ethical reasons, most fertility clinics worldwide would not encourage this practice. The alternate method of sperm separation by centrifugation is highly unreliable and should not be considered as a first choice.
Answered by: Dr. M.I. Cassim
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