While many couples desire a boy for their first child, the situation can also arise that there are already several girls in a household. While these girls are undoubtedly loved and treasured by their parents, it is only natural that a boy might be wanted for the next birth. While there is no method that can absolutely guarantee the birth of a boy, the Ericsson Method does offer a reasonably good chance to achieve success.
The Ericsson Method
The Ericsson Method is based on the idea that higher concentrations of y chromosome sperm would result in a higher percentage of boys being conceived. This method will produce a success rate of 70% to 75%. The Ericsson Method is not a procedure that can be done at home, it must be carried out in a clinic that handles this technique. In the Ericsson Method, the y chromosome sperm and x chromosome sperm (female chromosome) are separated. [Read more…]