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Baby Gender Prediction: Ramzi Theory explained by Ultrasound Technicians
This article covers Dr. Ramzi’s ultrasonography Research to explain how to use this method when you are approximately 6-8 week’s pregnant and go to your first ultrasound. If you are further along in your pregnancy (closer to 12-14 weeks), try using the Nub Theory and/or Skull Theory for early gender prediction.
“Ramzi’s method uses the placenta/chorionic villi location as a marker for fetal gender detection at 6 weeks gestation, and it was found to be highly reliable. The Ramzi method correctly predicts the fetus’ gender in 97.2% of the males and 97.5% of the females early in the first trimester.” obgyn.net
Dr. Saam Ramzi Ismail conducted an extensive and controlled study of over 5,000 pregnant women. He discovered that using the direction or orientation of the chorionic villi (future placenta) is an accurate marker in determining the sex of a baby. Scientifically, it relates to a natural polarization in which male embryos have a proven pattern of being magnetized toward the right side of the uterus, and females are drawn toward the left side.
Chorionic villus form before 9 weeks’ gestation. It turns into the placenta which provides oxygen and nutrients to the fetus and removes waste products from the baby’s blood. The Mayo Clinic describes the chorionic villi as “wispy projections of placental tissue that share the baby’s genetic makeup.”
Nub Theory, Explained
Nub theory revolves around something called the genital tubercle, which forms early in pregnancy on the lower abdomen of your baby. Eventually this tubercle, or “nub,” turns into a penis in male babies and a clitoris in female babies.
The idea behind nub theory is that if you can get a really good look at this nub, you can figure out which way it will go in the coming weeks.
Specifically, prospective parents are instructed to look at what the internet calls “the angle of the dangle.” (Yes, we just said that.)
In nub theory, the angle of the nub in relation to the spinal cord tells you everything you need to know about whether your baby’s nub will soon develop into a penis or clitoris.
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