Baby Girl or Baby Boy: Determining the Sex of Your Child

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Since the dawn of procreation... expectant parents throughout the ages have shared the common question: "Is it a girl or a boy?" While today's ultrasound technology alerts parents to their baby's gender, this new "how-to" book enables prospective mothers and fathers to improve their chances of actually selecting a child's sex before conception. Baby Girl or Baby Boy -- Determining the Sex of Your Child presents hands-on reproductive methods to empower couples in their family planning. Dr. Mark Moore, a Diplomate ...
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Overview

Since the dawn of procreation... expectant parents throughout the ages have shared the common question: "Is it a girl or a boy?" While today's ultrasound technology alerts parents to their baby's gender, this new "how-to" book enables prospective mothers and fathers to improve their chances of actually selecting a child's sex before conception. Baby Girl or Baby Boy -- Determining the Sex of Your Child presents hands-on reproductive methods to empower couples in their family planning. Dr. Mark Moore, a Diplomate of the American Board, and his wife, Lisa, a registered pediatric nurse, have witnessed throughout their careers the widespread desire to choose a child's gender. They have written this book in plain and simple language to help future parents sway the odds of having a baby girl or baby boy.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780971572102
  • Publisher: Washington Publishers FL
  • Publication date: 1/20/2002
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 32
  • Product dimensions: 4.78 (w) x 8.74 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Table of Contents

1. The man 8
2. The sperm 10
3. The woman 12
4. The egg 14
5. The cycle 15
6. The conception 16
7. Trying for a Boy 18
8. Trying for a Girl 20
9. It's always fun trying 22
10. Pregnancy pointers 24
11. Miscellaneous matters 25
12. Pregnancy myths 26
13. Ovulation chart 28
14. Disclaimer 29
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2004

    CHOOSE THE SEX OF YOUR BABY! it really works!

    Baby Girl or Baby Boy--Determining the Sex of Your Child, in Plain and Simple Language, authored by a doctor and a nurse is written for the public in an easy to understand format. Its an easy read at 32 pages but tells all you need to know to apply the current medical knowledge of gender pre-determination--which can increase your odds of having the sex of the baby you desire. The book give information on both topics of how to have a baby girl, and how to have a baby boy. Illustrations are light and humorous. It has sold thousands of copies in the United States, on 6 continents and in 15 countries worldwide. We keep our copy for our son (it worked!) when he grows up and is ready to have our grandchildren. I'm sure you'll enjoy it--we did!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2004

    short and sweet

    I was very excited to recieve this book! I read it in about 10 minutes. It's about 30 pages long and is in large print. However, it did seem to give good ideas and is probably a good starting place when couples decided to try 'gender choice' as an option for their pre-conception. I have yet to see if it worked!

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