It’s one of the first things that everyone asks a pregnant woman: Is it a boy or a girl?
Throughout history, many parents didn’t want to wait until the actual birth to find out. They’d wave crystals over the mother or consult the stars. They’d hang a ring over the mother’s tummy or measure the baby’s heart rate — and have at least a 50/50 chance of guessing correctly.
Now, of course, there are much more accurate ways to determine gender before a baby is born. If you’re at least 12 weeks pregnant, your doctor can probably tell you the sex of your baby with a high degree of confidence. That is, if you really want to know.
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