As a pregnant mother, it is likely you’re familiar with a question of questioning whether that little bundle of joy is a pretty little girl or a pretty little boy.
Common sense dictates that your opportunities to conceive a boy or a girl are old woman’s stories. However, what if these legends are true? And, can you be proud mom of a baby boy with certain symptoms?
It’s pretty true, as unbelievable as it sounds! Here we learn more about the symptoms of babies during early pregnancy.
Tales about your baby’s sex are the most common ancient wives. Note that none of these stories are factual. They’re myths and they’re just for fun instead. Remember: Although some of these points are true for you (or in the past), 50-50 chances are that they will be correct anyway.
Below are the few myth.
- Heart rate of baby is below 140 beats per minute.
- The onset of pimples is one of the signs that you have child boy symptoms.
- Morning sickness isn’t that bad.
- When you are pregnant with a boy you would have a great longing for sour food or salty food. The old story that mum is more eating with boys seems true.
- The most popular belief about how the sex of the baby can be seen is in the theory that the girls are higher, and the boys are hanging down on the bottom.
- Tummy positioning is one of the common signs of sex and when you are wearing low it shows you have a baby boy with you.
- Keep your ring tied to a piece of string before your belly. If it turns back and forth, it’s like a boy, but it’s a girl if she walks about in circles.
- It looks as though during pregnancy the color of your urine changes. When the urine is dark, it shows you’re wearing a baby boy.
- Your breasts tend to grow during pregnancy as they prepare for the supply of breast milk and feed your newborn infant. Your right breast grows bigger than the left breast when you carry a child.
- Pregnancies were more likely to be girls for fathers who took on more weight during their partners.
- The first ones waiting for a boy who walks with their right foot.
- Blood test done about nine weeks and about a week to obtain the results. The pathologists look for the DNA of the baby in a blood sample that also shows the sex of the baby.
- Finally, 18 weeks of ultrasound testing usually shows you the sex your kid is going to be
Please let me know in your comment if I missed anything.