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Gender Predictor Quiz: Boy or Girl?

From the moment you get that positive test, it’s normal to dream about the baby growing in your belly. Many moms and dads-to-be wonder whether they’ll have a boy or girl, and they eagerly watch signs that might reveal the baby’s gender. Here’s a fun gender prediction quiz to take based on your pregnancy symptoms and a bunch of old wives’ tales. To get an accurate result about the gender of your baby, book an appointment for a SneakPeek gender testing kit at ARCpoint Labs.

Are You Carrying High or Low?

According to old wives’ tales, the way you carry can determine whether it’s a boy or girl. Tradition states that moms who carry high are having a girl, while a low-sitting baby is typically a boy. Scientists disagree, stating that how you carry a pregnancy depends more on the baby’s position, the strength of your abdominal muscles and whether you’ve already been pregnant before. Regardless, it’s still fun to guess!

How Fast is the Baby’s Heart Beating?

Your baby’s heart will beat fast, averaging between 140 and 170 beats per minute at nine weeks gestation. Many people believe that babies with slower heart rates under 140 are boys, while a faster heart rate indicates that your baby is a girl. According to a study by Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy, of 477 pregnancies, heart rates had no connection to the baby’s gender at all. Listening to that steady beat will make you so happy that your baby is healthy; gender won’t matter.

What Are You Craving?

Another old wives’ tale suggests that your food cravings can let you know your baby’s gender. Supposedly, little girls are sweet, so if you crave candy, cakes, and fruit, your baby is a girl. You’re probably having a boy if all you want is the salty stuff, like popcorn, chips, and crackers. There hasn’t been any scientific evidence to support this claim, but it’s fun to think about when taking a non-scientific gender prediction quiz.

Are You Moody?

Women have a lot of estrogen hormones, and fluctuating hormones can cause mood swings. The long-held belief states that since girls have more estrogen, pregnancies with baby girls cause their moms to be moodier, while baby boys don’t cause mood swings. The truth? Pregnancy causes an influx in estrogen, no matter the baby’s gender, so feeling emotional is a very common side effect of a healthy pregnancy.

Are You Glowing?

If your hair and skin are absolutely radiant, our gender prediction quiz suggests that you’re pregnant with a boy. On the other hand, acne and limp hair are believed to be effects of being pregnant with a girl. Leading to the belief that little girls steal their mom’s beauty in utero, so they’ll be beautiful when they’re born. Obviously, this isn’t true. Hormones cause all sorts of skin and hair conditions to pop up.

Do You Have Morning Sickness?

Morning sickness is miserable, and contrary to its name, it can happen any time of day. Old wives’ tales suggest that moms of baby girls are much sicker during the first trimester, but this isn’t true. Instead, other factors may make you more likely to experience morning sickness. This includes having morning sickness in previous pregnancies. Regardless, morning sickness can be a sign of a healthy pregnancy, and a lack of morning sickness can also be completely normal.

Gaining Extra Weight

Often, people think that boys have bigger appetites than girls and that developing baby boys need more food. So, if you believe this old wives’ tale, being ravenous and gaining extra weight during pregnancy means you’re having a boy, and a modest appetite may signify you’re having a girl. There isn’t any proof regarding this belief, but many experienced moms and dads may argue that it’s true.

Find Your Baby’s Gender with SneakPeek at ArcPoint Labs of Cincinnati-East

Having a baby is exciting, and it’s fun to think about who your baby will be when they’re finally in your arms. Although taking a gender prediction quiz online can be entertaining, there isn’t much truth to most old wives’ tales. There are all kinds of boy or girl quizzes online, including the

Chinese gender calendar quiz, but there are much more accurate ways to find out your baby’s gender before he or she is born.

SneakPeek tests are simple, non-invasive tests that can determine your baby’s gender after eight weeks of gestation. If you’d like to book an appointment at our office, contact us at ARCpoint Labs so you can start buying everything pink or blue.

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