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    I need a baby girl.
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    Enrica3 posted:
    A friend linked me to a site where couples can get advice that will help them conceive a specific child sex.She said that she was able to give birth to their male child through the advise she received from that site.
    I have been trying to get pregnant for quite some time now, but to be candid, i have always wanted a female child (my second child).
    I had checked the website, but i am in a dilema.Should i follow the time table the website sent to me, or should i just go ahead and try my luck -if i eventually become pregnant ?
    Please help !

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