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A question of (the baby's) sex Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

In the few years I've a of patients wanting to how they choose the sex of their baby. Reports from different experts around the world aroused hopes and expectations - and many parents-to-be into the surgery convinced that they'll able to a boy or a girl with hardly any chance of an error.

The truth is, of , it isn't possible to provide a 100 per cent sure way of ensuring that a couple the baby they . But there lots of who claim to of methods which improve the odds a little from the normal 50 per cent chance. Hazel Phillips, for example, worked a formula that. she claimed a success rate of over 80 per cent. She described her method in a called Girl or Boy? that she wrote a few years ago with Tessa Hilton.

According to Hazel, the first thing you to is when ovulation takes . There various ways of doing this, but the simplest is probably to remember that ovulation normally takes 14, days before the next period starts. It is possible to a more accurate idea of when ovulation takes by plotting daily temperatures - but that rather tedious and time-consuming.

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