MicroSort sperm separation for female gender selection (XSort) has resulted in an average of 88 percent X (female) bearing sperm in the sorted specimen. Thus far, 91 percent of babies born using this method have been female (295 out of 325).
MicroSort sperm separation for male gender selection (YSort) has resulted in an average of 73 percent Y (male) bearing sperm in the sorted specimen. Though the data is still limited, 76 percent of babies born using this method have been male (39 out of 51).
A child of the desired gender cannot be guaranteed, because the current technology does not completely eliminate either female or male sperm cells from the sorted sample. So while MicroSort cannot offer a 100 percent guarantee, their method does offer better odds than you would find naturally, which are 50-50.
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