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Faced with the illusion of this first news, every pregnant woman almost immediately feels the need to know more. Is your baby okay? And how will it be? Will it be a boy or a girl?
There are many ways to find out the sex of the baby. Some more reliable than others. Certainly nothing like the 20 week ultrasound. However, the impatience of many parents makes them look for alternatives. Here you have one, the so-called Ramzi method.
Ramzi is the surname of a doctor: Saad Ramzi Ismail, and his discovery arose as a result of the elaboration of his doctoral thesis. Actually, Dr. Ramzi was looking at the causes of a sex chromosome-linked fetal abnormality. For that, he analyzed the early ultrasounds of more than 5,000 pregnant women. He mostly focused on the 6-week ultrasounds. His thesis and his research took him 10 years, but he achieved amazing results. Among them, this: Dr. Ramzi discovered a strange coincidence, which occurred in 99% of ultrasounds as long as the uterus was normal ...
- In the ultrasounds whose placenta or chorionic villi was on the right, the embryo turned out to be a boy (had the XY chromosomes)
- In the ultrasounds whose placenta or chorionic villi are on the left, the embryo turned out to have XX chromosomes. I mean, it was a girl.
The surprising thing is that this fortuitous discovery by Dr. Ramzi was confirmed in 100% of cases at the time of the babies' birth.
Obviously, the cases of multiple pregnancies do not fall within this study, nor the ectopic ones. The conclusion of the doctor at the end of his thesis was as follows:
97.2% of male fetuses had the placenta on the right side of the uterus (on the left in an ultrasound, as the 'mirror effect' must be reckoned with), and 97.5% of female fetuses had the placenta on the left side of the uterus (on the right in an ultrasound).
Why is this happening? Dr. Ramzi assures that chromosomes have polarity (yes, like batteries) and that our body also has it. This would explain why XY embryos adhere to one side and XX chromosomes to the other.
And now, yes, you can look for your carefully saved pregnancy ultrasounds to check if it matches, and if Dr. Ramzi is right.
There are many other ways to know the sex of the baby, apart from the Ramzi method. For example, there is the well-known Chinese table or the Mayan table to find out the sex of the baby. They are based on a table that apparently has passed from generation to generation, where the future mother can calculate the sex of her baby as long as she knows the date of conception and knows how to calculate her moon age.
There are also the 'grandmother' theories. Like the shape of the belly, the physical changes in the woman's face...
But without a doubt, the most reasonable thing is to go to an empirical test, such as a specific blood test or an ultrasound where the baby's sex can finally be clearly seen (the most reliable is usually that of week 20).
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