Here is a really good discussion on some of the noted health concerns linked to the use of IVF. https://theconversation.com/rest-assured-ivf-babies-grow-into-healthy-adults-23432
I have 3 sons and have considered high tech GS. As part of my research I joined a forum dedicated to GS for women all around the world. 99% of the women on that forum are only considering or actually doing high tech GS after already having at least one of the other sex. I would say that on average most of the women had about 3 of one sex. I know it's only anecdotal evidence at best, but I would be very surprised if we ended up with a big imbalance in the future.
No has said GD is a MI. They have said that in *some* cases where the GD is really extreme or travelling over the other side of the world to spend 20k to get one gender may signal MI.
I got to know a Hubber who went through MicroSort. Her journey was on the forum. I really don't think she had a MI related to gender disappointment. Her husband earned a truckload, I'm pretty sure their first child was IVF so they have to go that route anyway. So why not have a holiday in the US and use MicroSort to get their girl when they easily could afford it and had to go the medical route anyway?
On the flipside I've known a few women that had such severe GD that they treated their non-preferred gendered child like crap and really damaged them. I believe they had a MI. Yet they didn't use, nor could they have afforded gender screening. So someone that does use selection doesn't necessarily have a MI and those that don't, still may have.
I think people are just trying to understand, and I'm one of them. I'm coming to realise I never will, and that's ok.
ETA - Anyone that terminated solely on the fact they aren't having the sex they want? Ummm that really is icky to me.
Last edited by delirium; 24-05-2016 at 17:51.
What are your thoughts on microsort @J37?
Little Boys Blue (24-05-2016)
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