Sickness in pregnancy and sex of child

@article{Askling1999SicknessIP,
  title={Sickness in pregnancy and sex of child},
  author={Johan Askling and Gunnar Erlandsson and Magnus Kaijser and Olof Akre and Anders Ekbom},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1999},
  volume={354}
}
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Although HEG appears to be more common and more severe in the presence of a female fetus, male fetuses appear to beMore susceptible to the adverse effects of HEG on pregnancy outcome.
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