Cons

• MicroSort is still an emerging technology and participating in FDA clinical trials. Thus only limited information is available on pregnancy rates, risks, and outcomes.

• You must meet strict guidelines to qualify for the MicroSort program at this time.

• Only two MicroSort clinical facilities exist in the United States. Because of limited capacity, there is a waiting list (usually several months) for services.

• While MicroSort increases your odds for the desired gender, it is not guaranteed.

• This procedure is expensive and not covered by insurance.

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