Pregnancy and childbirth is the difference between carrying a boy and a girl

 Traditionally determining the gender of the fetus

For centuries, pregnant women have been eager to find a clear and correct way to distinguish between a male pregnancy and a female pregnancy to know the type of the next fetus, as it was not possible to obtain a definitive answer, despite the presence of many myths and tales that have been transmitted through time, but science has not proven any of the myths. On determining the gender of the fetus, and whatever the percentage of health in the prediction, its validity does not exceed 30%, and among the most common myths that spread about predicting the gender of the fetus, which was widely circulated in the past, are:

If the abdomen was high during pregnancy, this indicates that the fetus is female, but if it is low, then the fetus is male, but we have to know that there are several differences that occur to a pregnant woman, so it is not possible to ascertain the type of fetus from the shape of the mother's abdomen, as it differs from one pregnant woman to another .

Frequent hair loss from all parts of the pregnant woman's body, and its growth faster than before, which indicates that the fetus is male, but if it is a female, it has no effect on the body's hormones, which does not make a difference.

A change in the color of urine to a dark color means that the fetus is a female, but if it is lighter than the previous one or remains the same and has not undergone any change in it means that the fetus is male, but we have to know that the color of urine depends on the type of food consumed by the mother, and on the amount of fluid that she consumes Also.

The male fetus has a higher heart rate than the female fetus, and this also depends on the age and degree of movement of the fetus. It is scientifically confirmed that the heart rate is not a conclusive guide to predict the type of the fetus.

The desire to eat salty or sour foods means that a woman carries a male fetus, while the desire to eat sweets means that she is a female, but science has confirmed that pregnant women crave any type of food, and there is no scientific evidence to link cravings, especially with the gender of the child.

Scientific facts to determine the sex of the fetus

From the above it becomes clear to us that all the traditional attempts to clarify the gender of the fetus are nothing but imagination and cannot be taken into account or confidence in their accuracy, as they are only speculations. The accuracy of the imaging is 90%, and this is often an ultrasound scan, and the examination is performed in a period between the eighteenth week and the twenty-sixth week, and with the development of medical research it has become

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