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Is it possible to know the gender of the fetus without going to the doctor? .. 5 indications of pregnancy in a "boy"


The guessing game begins as soon as you get a positive result on a pregnancy test Will you be a girl? Or a boy? Family and friends begin to predict, "You are pregnant with a boy because of your big weather, you have acne for sure pregnant with a girl."


While the success of many of the proposed practices for determining the sex of the fetus has not been proven, the results of many scientific studies indicate an increased likelihood of pregnancy with more sex than the other, although the results of this follow-up cannot be taken seriously. In this report, we review 6 scientific indicators. She notes that the gender of the fetus was mentioned, according to a report by the health site What to Expect.


1- A high-calorie diet

One study found that eating a high-calorie diet during pregnancy and eating breakfasts regularly increased the chance of having a male baby.


The researchers found that 56% of women who consumed the highest amount of calories at the time of pregnancy gave birth to males, compared to only 45% among women who consumed the lowest amount of calories.


2- Eating a lot during pregnancy

One study tracked mothers' diets and found that pregnant women with boys eat meals rich in calories 10% more calories than pregnant women with girls, as all of these extra proteins, carbohydrates and fats add up to 200 extra calories a day.


Researchers suspect that the testosterone hormone produced by male fetuses may send a signal for their mothers to eat more food, and this could explain why boys' children tend to be larger at birth than girls.


3- Disgust is one of the favorite foods

Researchers say that the more disgusted foods a pregnant woman feels, the more likely she is to conceive a boy.


The reason behind this is that the aversion is related to the way a woman's immune system works as she tries to protect her developing fetus.


The researchers say the severe allergies are designed to protect a particularly vulnerable male fetus by making the expectant mother shy away from inaccurate substances.


5- Gestational diabetes

Some research has found that pregnant moms with a male are more likely to develop gestational diabetes, a pregnancy characterized by higher than normal blood glucose levels - than expectant mothers who become pregnant with a female.


Researchers are not sure why a fetus might lead to greater pregnancy-related metabolic changes than a girl’s fetus, but these results seem to be supported by more than one study.


6- Heart rate

The traditional tale goes that if a baby's heart rate is less than 140 beats per minute, then that means you will steal a boy and if it is more than 140 beats per minute you have a girl.


The truth is that a normal fetal heart rate fluctuates between 120 and 160 beats per minute, so if you measure your baby's heart rate at random intervals, it is likely that you will get a different reading each time.


Aside from genetic testing, the only way to be 100% sure of your baby's sex is to wait until he is born, but in the meantime, have fun playing the guessing game.

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