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Forum: Trying to Conceive a Specific Gender


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December 12th, 2011, 10:51 AM
ma4 ma4 is offline
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Ok here's a lil bit about me...I have 3 healthy boys ages 8-11 and I was pg with my lil girl but, sadly, lost her at 25wks in oct. At my month check-up my mw told us she has another patient trying sperm sorting or something like that and she heard it costs about $2000. I really really want another lil girl and I know how selfish that sounds. My dh will not budge on having more that 4 kids so this next pregnancy will be my last if this horrible nightmare doesn't happen again. I know the sorting is pretty cheap but then they'll have to get it in you somehow so I was wondering what the dif. is between them and if one is cheaper than the other or if it would be beneficial for me at all. Or should I start working on my manipulation skills!
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