“Prospective parents who truly care about planning for a child will find it invaluable in dispensing sense and dispelling nonsense on a subject that has intrigued men and women for centuries.” —Chicago Tribune
At last—prospective parents can do more than just wish and wonder: boy or girl? Learn the secrets of an approach that relies not on artificial means, but on a woman’s own natural cycle.
Using the methods explained by Dr. Whelan—methods based on one of the most extensive studies ever conducted in the field of sex selection—most couples can significantly increase their chances of having a child of the sex they prefer.
Elizabeth Whelan was a Yale and Harvard–trained American epidemiologist. She died in 2014, having wrote, or cowrote, more than twenty books and over 300 articles in scientific journals and lay publications.