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    Default IVF (not ICSI) Embryos gender...all the same?

    IVF Embryos gender...all the same?



    I have 2 boys from the same egg collection and also 2 embryos frozen. I'm assuming the 2 frozen are boys because statistically IVF produces more boys, ICSI more girls.
    Prove me otherwise
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    My DD is a straight ivf bub :-)
    2 frozen embryos from same round yet to be used

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    The ICSI favouring girls was not true in our case. We did chromosome screening on our embies and of the 4 which were found normal, we had 3 males and 1 female.

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    ICSI here with CGH - boy

    Ooh Simpson you know your embies sex? I didn't want to find out. Did you choose? Will you choose next time?

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    I had two ICIS babies, both girls

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    I've had two icsi babies , one girl and one boy. Currently pregnant with number 3 but don't know the sex .

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    My ICSI baby is a boy, we have 4 more froze that we don't know what they are.

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    2 icsi girls - different batch.

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    1st batch ICSI = girl
    2nd batch ICSI = girl


 

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