1st Trimester

Is it true about the placenta?!?!

If it's on the left side, it's a girl - right side: boy?

Re: Is it true about the placenta?!?!

  • Only 50% - that's not too convincing......
  • It's basically as accurate as any other OWT, "Chinese Gender Chart", or guess. You have a 50% chance of getting it right, 50% chance of getting it wrong.
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  • Only 50% - that's not too convincing......
    lol, those are your standard chances it's a boy or a girl anyways.
    Itsbethloveyo
  • Only 50% - that's not too convincing......
    Sarcasm isn't your thing, is it?
    spacepotatoesjckeown89Meghanmarie
  • Oh. This crazy lady (it?) again.
  • Sounds like someone's been trolling BUT, FYI, there IS a study regarding early placenta location being indicative of baby's sex. I'll see if I can find a link.
  • It's Ramzi's Method if you'd like to know more. In the particular study, it was 6 week transvaginal u/s and the results were surprisingly accurate.
  • It's Ramzi's Method if you'd like to know more. In the particular study, it was 6 week transvaginal u/s and the results were surprisingly accurate.

    Yeah, but it needs to be at six weeks and it needs to be done during the ultrasound... A photo can be flipped. Also, it's not THAT accurate. Wait till 20 weeks.
  • It's Ramzi's Method if you'd like to know more. In the particular study, it was 6 week transvaginal u/s and the results were surprisingly accurate.
    There was one single "study" that went off of ultrasounds performed by one single Dr. that showed that this was accurate, and no one else has replicated these results to my knowledge.

    I can find you a single study that says just about anything you can imagine. Doesn't make it accurate!
  • From a clinical perspective, yes, it's one study and needs to be replicated to hold true but it's significantly higher than 50% in this study and is very intriguing. Why treat OP like a fool for being intrigued by these observations?
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  • From a clinical perspective, yes, it's one study and needs to be replicated to hold true but it's significantly higher than 50% in this study and is very intriguing. Why treat OP like a fool for being intrigued by these observations?

    Because OP is a fool.
    Erica314 PrimRoseMamaflerlgirl

  • From a clinical perspective, yes, it's one study and needs to be replicated to hold true but it's significantly higher than 50% in this study and is very intriguing. Why treat OP like a fool for being intrigued by these observations?
    Because OP is a fool.
    ::Looks back on OP's posts:: Well, can't argue with you on that one...
    Erica314
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