The guessing game begins almost as soon as you get a positive result on a pregnancy test. Will it be a girl? Or a boy? But folktales are one thing, and science is another. Well, there is, and it comes in the form of medical research. There is one folktale, however, that scientists have studied — and it has to do with whether fetal heart rate can predict gender.
Check out our guide on when you can find out the gender of your baby and how. Get a head start preparing for your baby with Bounty Parenting Club. This usually takes place between 16 weeks and 20 weeks of pregnancy. Be sure to mention to the ultrasound technician that you are keen to find out the gender if you are, so they know to check. A fun nickname for your baby bump can help you bond with your unborn baby.
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Sometimes, knowing the sex of the unborn baby is desired for medical purposes. For example, when a specific genetic disease runs in the family and is gender specific. That said, most of the time, people wish to know out of pure curiosity.