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6. Yes, very very satisfied! A no-cost, painless way to (maybe) get our girl. Of course, we'll never know, but my attitude was it can't hurt to try. By the way, I called an ob/gyn I know to ask about Shettles and he said his opinion was you can "tip the scales" a little, like maybe up your odds to 55/45 or 60/40, with the Shettles method.




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This article is from the Choosing Your Baby's Sex FAQ, by Roger A. Hunt rah@gvsu.edu with numerous contributions by others.

6. Yes, very very satisfied! A no-cost, painless way to (maybe) get our girl. Of course, we'll never know, but my attitude was it can't hurt to try. By the way, I called an ob/gyn I know to ask about Shettles and he said his opinion was you can "tip the scales" a little, like maybe up your odds to 55/45 or 60/40, with the Shettles method.

I'll be interested to hear others' experiences. Also
if people plan to keep trying even if it means
expanding their families beyond their ideals. We had
firmly decided that two was IT whether this one was a
boy or girl. I'm just happy to have my <girl> on the
way.

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