the choice methodology

In 1933, N. K. KOLTZOFF and V. N. SCHRODER, two Russian scientists, who concluded in their groundbreaking article in Nature that the sperms with different gender chromosomes were drawn by an anode or cathode. Sperm containing X chromosome were attracted to a positive charge while sperm containing the Y chromosome were attracted to the negative charge. Later scientists discovered that the ovum membrane also carried an electric charge. In 1992, the School of Science at Tokyo University confirmed the findings. The charge on the ovum membrane was not fixed but alternated from positive to neutral to a negative charge. This is called the Polarity Cycle of the Ovum Membrane.

In 1994, Patrick Schoun completed a 15 year study on 1000+ mammals and concluded his final test in 1996 using the Choice Baby method on 155 human couples resulting in a 98.7% success rate.

perfect simulation

We comply 100% to the Choice Baby method's specification to ensure that all steps involved are the same conditions under which the experiments took place, with absolutely no variations. This ensures our method achieves the same statistical results as the original trials.

how it works

The Polarity Cycle was found to be predictable yet totally separate from the ovulation / menstruation cycle. When the ovum membrane is positively charged, it attracts the sperm carrying the X chromosome (which is negatively charged) and a girl is produced.

Whether you get a baby boy or baby girl depends on one simple fact: The sperm carries the genetic material called chromosome X or chromosome Y that determines the sex of the baby. The ovum always carries the X chromosome. When the Y sperm unites with the ovum, a fertilized ovum with a XY combination produces a boy.

However, when an X sperm unites with the ovum, we get a XX combination which comprises of the female gender.