Gender Selection Center
Gender Selection cost price has been reduced to ONLY $4495. Our goal is to provide the highest quality treatment to each couple so that they may have a healthy baby of their chosen gender. Each couple must undergo an extensive consultation which helps decide if they are appropriate candidates for the Ericsson Method or IVF/PGD. The Ericsson Method requires intrauterine insemination (IUI) after sperm separation.
Email Dr. Silverman today Info@genderselection.com or call 914-722-9300.
The Ericsson Method of gender selection has been available for over 20 years, and has successfully produced over 30,000 children worldwide. With a steady 70-75% success rate, the Ericsson Method has been proven both safe and effective.
IVF/PGD is a relatively newer, more cutting edge method of gender selection. The procedure utilizes advanced reproductive technology to combine IVF and PGD to first determine the gender of each embryo before transferring desired embryos into the mother. While no method is 100% effective, IVF/PGD has shown to be startlingly accurate with a near 100% success rate.
We invite you to schedule a consultation with us to determine the best method for your family to have the child of your dreams.
Both procedures can be discussed so that you and your partner can make an informed decision as to which procedure you would like to initiate. The consultation can be done either face to face or over the phone. Contact us by Phone :1-855-739-7358 or Email us for more information
It may surprise you to learn that you actually have some choice when it comes to whether your baby is a boy or girl. You can use natural methods, like timing your intercourse, to influence the
gender of your baby – because sperm carrying the genes coding male and female babies survive for different lengths of time in the uterus, you can boost your chances of conceiving a girl by timing your intercourse a few days before ovulation.
If you get this just right, only the sperm carrying the genetic material for girls will still be alive when you ovulate,
so in theory you should conceive a girl. Of course, this method is a little ‘hit and miss,’ and there is no equivalent method to move the odds in your
favor if you want a boy. Read more
Thanks to the wonders of advances in modern technology, there are now a wide variety of gender selection methods available
to parents who want to have influence over the gender of their next child. Only one of these methods – called PGD – offers a 100% success rate, however several
of the other options available can boost your chances of getting the gender you want significantly.
PGD (which stands for pre-implantation
diagnosis) is breakthrough medical technology which lets doctors choose the
gender of a baby with 100% accuracy. It
works by letting the doctors screen a fertilized embryo before they implant it
into the uterus (they can also screen it for a wide range of genetic diseases,
helping to ensure your baby is born without any complications and grow up happy
The biggest problem with PGD is that is can
only be done as part of the IVF process (in vitro fertilization, which involves
fertilizing an egg outside the body), which is very expensive and only really
necessary for couples who have trouble conceiving the natural way. Is choosing
your baby’s gender worth tens of thousands of dollars to you? If not, this is
probably not the best road for you to go down. You might have to settle for less
accurate but most cost-effective gender selection methods.
IVF is certainly not right for everyone,
but does that mean you can’t make the most of gender selection? Certainly not –
there are other effective gender selection methods which don’t require you to
go through the IVF process.
For example, there’s a process called
Microsort which organizes sperm according to whether they carry the DNA to
create a boy or a girl. This process allows you to then inseminate using only
the sperm you want.
While it’s not 100% guaranteed you’ll get
the gender you want, it’s much more accurate than most natural methods and it
doesn’t require IVF. It can be performed through the process of intrauterine
insemination, where sperm is injected into the uterus. The difference here is
that the egg is fertilized inside the mother’s body, rather than in a
laboratory (as is the case with IVF).
The Ericsson Albumin method is another way
of sorting sperm according to the genetic material they carry – but again, this
can only tips the odds in your favor. It can’t guarantee the gender you want
the way PGD can.
I’m about 22 weeks now and my belly is growing.
My due date was moved up to from November 25th to November 20th and at my last doctor’s appointment the doctor hasn’t moved my date up again but is showing November 14th. I recently found out that S and I are having our healthy baby boy!!! We couldn’t be more excited. We do believe especially with the baby showing a November 14th due date possibly that we got pregnant due to coming to see you. We just wanted to send you a quick update. I will keep you posted as to when we have the baby and if anything else changes.
Thanks again! Very happy parents of our healthy boy,
K and S