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    Blue For a Boy, Pink for a Girl - Gender Selection Made Easy with IVF
    alta_bates_clinic posted:
    There is a number of detection and selection processes of a child's gender that you may find mentioned in various medical blogs online. But it is to be noticed that not all of these methods are certified, safe or for that matter legal. The most guaranteed as well as safe method for child sex selection is by the method of Ivf gender selection with the support from Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis provided by Alta Bates which is one of the most recognised of service providers in this respect. This is a modern technique that helps the selection of a girl child or a boy child as the embryos are tested by experts in the Alta Bates lab before they are implanted in the womb of the mother to be.
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