New findings from a team of Canadian scientists show that it is possible to predict baby sex even before pregnancy.

The tension of women before they become pregnant could be an indication of ay sex. Or whether a baby boy or girl will be born. So far, there have been many popular beliefs and attempts by experts to confirm. Yet, none have found a basis in science.

Women with high blood pressure are usually more likely to give birth to boys, while those with low blood pressure are girls, they said.

Can baby gender be known through the size of the mother’s bump?

There is no scientific explanation that the size of the belly can indicate the baby sex. However, some people think that male babies are bigger than female babies. This can actually affect the size of the mother’s bump. In fact, babies are born in different sizes and there are times when males are smaller than females. Different factors affect the size and shape of the mother’s womb.

Baby sex before and during pregnancy

New discoveries by a team of Canadian scientists show that it is possible even before pregnancy to predict baby sex. Or to predict which women will be able to give birth to a girl and which boy. The tension of women before they become pregnant can be an orientation to understand whether a girl or a boy will be born.

So far, there have been many popular beliefs and attempts by experts to confirm them. However, none have yet found a basis in science. As a rule, women with high blood pressure more often give birth to boys, while those with low blood pressure give birth to girls, they published.

The chances of women with high blood pressure giving birth to a boy are 45% higher than those of women with low blood pressure. Why the tension affects baby sex is very intriguing and will try to find out the cause, the Telegraph reports.

Because baby sex is determined by semen, depending on whether the sperm carries an X or Y chromosome – said study leader Ravi Retnakaran. /mommytobe

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