Friday, September 3, 2010

Designing Births

According to Dr. Judi Januadi Endjun, SPOG, Fetomaternal Subpart Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gatot Subroto Army Hospital, choosing the sex of the child to be born is still difficult to succeed 100 percent because the technology is still expensive. A simple way is to wash the sperm to separate X and Y sperm, after a separate, performed artificial insemination.

Kerberhasilan insemination process itself to get a baby just 40 percent, and not cheap. When using IVF technology success to have a baby around 30 percent and costs are also more expensive than insemination.

Sperm separation was carried out by spin (centrifuge) so the sperm fluid X and Y sperm separated. Once separated, the liquid layer containing the Y sperm is taken and then put into a special solution (artificial solution) for a place to live sperm. Subsequently a solution containing Y sperm is inserted into the uterine cavity with a special catheter at the predicted fertile period. When pregnancy occurs, then two weeks after the insemination will get a positive pregnancy test results.

If using IVF technology, then the Y sperm is inserted directly into the bowl containing the egg to be fertilized. After fertilization occurs, then the potential embryo is transferred into the uterine cavity with a special catheter. If successful, then two weeks later will be positive pregnant.

As preparation, you should start taking folic acid tablets three months before pregnancy to prevent neural tube defects.

Personally, you can only surrender and pray to be given the child a healthy, normal, and if allowed children a woman or a boy. You can also do the same.

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