Baby Sex Selection processes
Couples wanting to have a child usually have desired genders in mind upon conception. Why not determine baby sex? Selection processes employed at the Silverman Center are preconceptual, safe, and scientifically proven. With an accomplished background in the fields of reproductive endocrinology and infertility, researcher Dr. Andrew Silverman leads the center in New York, helping couples to conceive children of specific genders. The center utilizes two primary methods. The process of the Ericsson method is as follows:
- Dr. Silverman’s patented process filters X and Y chromosomes
- Sperm are layered and separated by genders
- The appropriate chromosomes are inserted by intrauterine insemination
More than 5,000 babies have been conceived using this technique with proven results for gender selection. Boy chromosomes and girl chromosomes are filtered to increase the odds of having a specific newborn. Prospective parents can also opt to consult with Dr. Silverman about the IVF/PGD technique as detailed below.
Does your family have its heart set on a little princess destined to become a ballerina? Or, maybe you eagerly long for a major league baseball player to bring the boys to victory. Regardless of desired genders, the Silverman Center can assist with preconceptual gender selection. Boy or girl, choose the child you wish to have with proven scientific methods, such as in vitro fertilization and preimplantation genetic diagnosis. These techniques involve fertilization of eggs outside of the body. Safe and routine methods, IVF/PGD processes can significantly increase the odds of having children of specific genders. Only embryos determined for baby sex selection are implanted and transferred to the mother’s uterus. Consult the Silverman Center to learn more about the options available for growing families or browse GenderSelection.com for the most up-to-date research available.