IVF is the process of fertilization in which the egg is combined with the sperm outside the body in a laboratory. IVF has been helping millions of people worldwide to become parents. So what are the chances of having a baby girl if you do IVF? The couples who undergo IVF expect their baby to be born healthy. Through IVF you can select a baby’s gender through pre-implantation genetic diagnosis also known as PGD. However, according to an Australian study, it was said that the odds of having a baby boy using IVF are higher than having a baby girl. Here is some information regarding the chances of conceiving a baby girl through IVF procedure.
Infertility is a major problem that is why people have been opting for IVF procedure as it has helped many couples to become parents. The gender selection through IVF has no rule. You can select a baby’s gender using the pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). During the procedure, the doctor creates embryos by combining the women’s eggs with a man’s sperm in a laboratory after the embryos are a few days old the parents can choose to have them screened for abnormalities.
According to an Australian study, the odds of having a girl increase if you undergo Intra-cytoplasm sperm injection (ICSI) it is a process in which the doctors inject a sperm in the egg and it is mainly used in cases where the sperm is not very moveable. You will have a higher chance of having a girl if you undergo this procedure. Timing is also very important as the Shettles Method founded by Dr. Landrum Shettles suggests that you should not wait till you are ovulating if you want a girl. The method suggests that the X chromosome travels slower than the Y chromosome sperm which gives new light towards conception.
The IVF process gives an opportunity for single mothers and same-sex couples to become parents. I hope the above information regarding the possibility of having a girl has been useful for you. Share your experience with us if you have taken an IVF and had a baby girl