Can the speed of the heart beat determine the sex of the baby? Where your baby falls within that range has nothing to do with gender. I had an ultrasound at 10 wks. with baby #2. I remember a heart rate of 160 bpm. It was a man. candlechick1978 Answered 9/10/10 34 found this helpful
Being pregnant brings about a host of questions, including how (and how soon) you can determine the sex of your baby. There are multiple methods used to determine a baby’s gender, some more reliable than others. Using fetal heart rate as a way to determine a baby’s gender is based in myth, despite being believed to work for many years.
After measuring 10,000 fetal heart rates, and following up to find out the baby’s gender at birth, it was clear that there was no correlation between the baby’s heart rate at any point throughout pregnancy with the baby’s sex.
The heart is one of the first organs to develop in early pregnancy, and listening to your unborn baby’s heartbeat is one of the first exciting moments as a parent. While you’re listening to those tiny thuds, it might be tempting to read a prediction of your baby’s gender into them.
Heart rate is an unpredictable way to determine the sex of your baby because the number of beats per minute varies depending on different scenarios. For example, the number of beats can differ from one prenatal visit to the next, according to sHealth.
A study done in 1993 at the University of Kentucky seemed to prove this theory right, finding that the fetal heartbeat could be used accurately to predict the sex of 91% of mans and 74% of teens.
Apr 16, 2009 · Baby’s heartbeats determine sex? Has anyone experienced this and it was the actual sex of the baby born VS. the Baby’s heartbeat in the womb? Update: By the way we aren’t getting an ultrasound. It’s going to be a surprise. Can the heartbeat determine the sex of your baby…
As the baby matures, the heart rate adjusts to its size. Likewise, the more active the baby, the higher their heart rate will be. Just like us, during periods of inactivity and …
Check out some at-home fetal monitors for monitoring fetal heart rate and tracking baby’s kicks. Two Medical Studies Disprove Fetal Heart Rate for Gender Prediction In the 1980s, a senior sonographer analyzed thousands of births to determine whether fetal heart rate could predict a baby’s sex.
Did heart rate help predict gender? The average heart rate for baby mans in the first trimester was 154.9 bpm (plus or minus 22.8 bpm) and for baby teens it was 151.7 bpm (plus or minus 22.7 bpm).