Have you got a bump that sticks straight out? Or is your bump more rounded? If you think that you have really bloomed in pregnancy and never looked more beautiful, you might be having a little boy. If you crave sweets, fruit, and orange juice, you might just be having a little girl. What foods have you been craving?
How can you tell if you are having a boy or a girl?
Myths about predicting your baby's sex
Old wives' tales are little more than super-circulated rumors. Never proven to be true, they're sayings and adages that generations of women have passed down to one another regarding family health "Eating carrots improves your vision" , safe parenting "Wait an hour after eating before swimming" , and -- most popularly -- pregnancy. Whether you're trying to guess your own baby's gender or looking for shower games for a friend, read on for the top ways women have guessed: boy or girl? Pay attention to which way you lay down in bed tonight. If you prefer sleeping on your left side, you'll have a boy. Right side? Your pregnant with a girl.
Popular Myths for Guessing the Gender of your Baby
Gone are the days when gender prediction meant taking the word of the wise old lady in the village. We spoke to Pranjul Tandon, Childbirth educator and newborn care coach at Wombandbeyond. Fact: Although this might sound scientific, several studies have been done to compare fetal heart rates between genders during pregnancy, with no significant correlations or contrasts found.
Learning the sex of the fetus can be one of the most thrilling aspects of pregnancy. It is no surprise that there are so many purported methods of figuring this out. In this article, we shed light on these myths, and look at the proven methods of identifying the sex of a fetus.