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|Even in the absence of sex selection practices, a range of "normal" sex ratios at birth of between 103 to 107 boys per 100 girls has been observed in different societies, and among different ethnic and racial groups within a given society. Darwin, in his The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, cites a sex ratio of 120 boys to 100 girls for Jewish communities in 19th century Livonia, where infanticide is not historically documented, and the means for pre-natal sex determination did not exist.|
savithny, 42 year old moderate mom to DS Primo (age 12) and DD Secunda (age 9).
|The odds of having a girl seem decrease after having each boy, but only very slightly. Even after 3 boys, you are only 6.4% more likely to have a 4th boy than a girl."|
I have two boys with hubby and am pregnant with a girl...also by hubby. I'd tell your Dr. to get his facts straight.
This site explains it very well and it puts the myth to bed that you have little chance of having a girl after 2 boys or more.
"Odds of Having a Girl
The odds of having a girl seem decrease after having each boy, but only very slightly. Even after 3 boys, you are only 6.4% more likely to have a 4th boy than a girl."
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