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Other studies have found the occurrence of mistakes is even less than 1% of the time. The odds of a mistake increases if the genitals are malformed by congenital anomalies. Ultrasounds during the first trimester are more likely to produce mistaken sex identification than ultrasounds in.
Continued. Pregnancy Myth #1: Carrying Low. Myth: If your belly hangs low (or in front), you’re having a boy. If it’s high (or wide in the middle), you’re having a girl.
Reality: This one is pure. Few of these are facts and few are myths regarding predicting baby gender. Here are some of them. The Baby Bump.
It is said, if your bump is high and pointy you will have a boy. But again some say, for the same that you will have a girl. But the fact is neither is true.
The sex of the baby cannot be determined by the shape of the bump. The shape depends upon the body of the mother, her. Baby Gender Prediction: Can You Guess Your Baby’s Sex? Old Wives’ Tales and Superstitions 1. Fetal Heart Rate.
If the BPM (beats per minute) is above 140, you are having a girl. If it is lower than 140 then you are having a boy. 2. Carrying High or Low. Take a look at your baby bump and check its position. If you are carrying high, it is a girl.
There is one folktale, however, that scientists have studied — and it has to do with whether fetal heart rate can predict gender. Conventional wisdom holds that if the baby’s heart rate is less than 140 beats per minute you’re having a boy and if it’s more than 140 beats per minute you’re having a girl. Other methods of predicting sex. Dry hands: Legends say that if you notice dry hands during pregnancy, you’ll be having a girl. However, other legends say that if you notice dry hands, it means you’re having a boy!
Our take? Don’t put your eggs in the dry hands basket. A study of 8,000 births published in the British Medical Journal found that the average length of labor increased when delivering a boy—possibly because baby boys have enormous heads. It’s a late—and unpleasant—way to predict your baby’s gender, but at least it’s evidence-based. The BMJ.
1. Myth: The shape of your belly can predict the gender of your baby. The truth: Carrying low? Legend says you’re having a boy.
If your belly is higher up, it’s a girl. If your baby’s heartbeat is lower than 140 beats per minute, you could be having a little boy. Of course, these gender predictions are just for fun.
If you want to find out the gender of your baby, ask the sonographer who carries out your 18-21 week scan, but be aware that the answer won’t be 100 per cent accurate. The baby’s genes determine sex. All eggs contain an X chromosome, while sperm can have an X or a Y chromosome.
If the egg is fertilized by a sperm cell carrying an X chromosome, the resulting XX embryo will be a girl. On the contrary, if the sperm cell has a Y chromosome, the embryo will have male XY chromosomes.
List of related literature:
|from What to Expect When You’re Expecting 4th Edition|
|from The Pregnancy Countdown Book: Nine Months of Practical Tips, Useful Advice, and Uncensored Truths|
|from Gender-Biased Sex Selection in South Korea, India and Vietnam: Assessing the Influence of Public Policy|
|from Dad’s Guide to Pregnancy For Dummies|
|from Woman: An Intimate Geography|
|from Little Kids, Big City: Tales from a Real House in New York City (with Lessons on Life and Love for Your Own Concrete Jungle)|
|from Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them|
|from Patient Centered Care in Medical Imaging and Radiotherapy E-Book|
|from Counting for Nothing: What Men Value and what Women are Worth|
|from Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family|