If we do pre-implantation genetic testing, but it’s usually done for genetic problems, we can see the sex of the embryo whether it’s a girl or a boy. In case, you have sex-related diseases in your family, f. e. all boys are not health, I mean legally in Latvia it is not allowed, but if we do pre-implantation genetic testing then we can tell where the boys are, where the girls are, so we can see the sex of the embryos. We do it, but not for sex selection, but for genetic testing which is recommended for couples of advanced age, or if there is a family history of genetic problems. I just remember a very interesting story, I had a patient, a Muslim couple that had 8 girls and they needed a boy badly, so we did genetic testing because the lady was already 48 years of age, and that was interesting that all boys, all boys embryos had a genetic problem, so that’s why they only had girls. If you’re ready to accept a healthy baby, it doesn’t matter boy or girl. To check the sex of the baby, we perform a biopsy done when the embryo is five days, or it’s a blastocyst, one cell is taken from the embryo, and we do genetic testing of these cells. It sounds terrible when the embryo has just 30 cells, one of them is taken away, but I mean it’s done when you want to make sure there are no genetic issues, when you have a risk of genetic issues, like age, your family history, but there are publications that anything you do with the embryo, like biopsy or changing media, temperature, that’s why EmbryoScope is better, but you don’t traumatize the embryo. Any trauma to the embryo can lead to some problems later in the baby’s life, like autism etc. I mean if it’s not necessary, it’s better not to do the biopsy. I mean if you have risks, then there is no other way, we should test it.