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Pregnacy Gender Predictor Quiz

Updated on August 12, 2011
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You're pregnant!

Congratulations! You're pregnant! Life is about to change in a big way for you and your family! It can be both an exciting and scary time.

One of the most fun things to do while your pregnant is imagine what your little one will be like. Whose eyes will he have? Will she laugh like you or her daddy? The first thing most parents want to know though is "What is the sex of my baby?"

There are only a few ways to find out the gender of your baby for sure. Some pregnant women have a procedure called amniocentesis. Usually this is done to check for birth defects or chromosomal abnormalities (like Down syndrome). It is not a procedure scheduled for most low risk, healthy pregnancies. If you have it done though, you can find out the gender of your baby along with the other results!

The other common way people find out if they are having a boy or a girl is through ultrasound. Depending on your doctor, you may only have one ultrasound your entire pregnancy at around 20 weeks, or you may end up with several. Either way, if the baby is cooperative and mature enough, your doctor should be able to tell you your baby's gender.

Many people however don't have amniocentesis, or the findings from their ultrasound are inconclusive. Some parents just don't want to wait for those test results! That is where wives tales come in! While these myths don't have any scientific backing, they are a fun way to guess the sex of your baby and start dreaming!

Take the quiz below to find out what the myths say! Are you having a boy or a girl?

Is it a boy or a girl?

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Congratulations!

Congratulations! Now you know the sex of your baby...well, sort of. Please keep in mind that this quiz is not based on any scientifically proven method but rather on myths and wives tales. It sure is fun though!

Don't start decorating the nursery yet, but you can start dreaming!

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    • Aupriann Myers profile image

      Aupriann Myers 5 years ago from WASHINGTON

      Well I took the test based on my last pregnancy and I got that I was having a Girl. I infact had a boy. Still a very fun hub. I like it very much

    • Alina R profile image

      Alina R 5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Interesting, the quiz predicted a boy, however I am having a girl :)

    • anusujith profile image

      Anoop Aravind A 6 years ago from Nilambur, Kerala, India

      interesting..

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      KathyH 6 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      The GOOD thing is, we didn't have a "girl" nursery set up ... it was just a "feeling" I had that they were girls, and BOY was I ever wrong, times two!! We laugh about it now. So glad we had a "generic" nursery until the BOYS came home, then it quickly became Mickey Mouse/ Disney nursery, then later TRUCKS!! Our boys were "truck crazy" little guys!! Best of luck to you with your little guy! :) Congratulations!!

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      Recipe Gal 6 years ago

      I'm glad you like it! What a neat story! Did you have a nursery all set up for girls?

      I'm pregnant now, and I have had 9 or 10 ultrasounds. We are 100% sure it's a boy! I live in Korea right now, and it is common practice here to have an ultrasound at every appointment.

      Thanks for the comment!

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      KathyH 6 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      Interesting! Wish I would have had this 27 years ago... I SWORE because of my "Mother's intuition" that I was having two GIRLS... back in those days, they would completely put you under when you had a c-section (my twins were 6 weeks early). When I awakened, the doctor said "congratulations, you have TWO BOYS"... I said, "I do not"! (ha!!!) I blame it on the anesthesia! ;)

      Interesting hub! By the way, I DID have several ultrasounds because they were twins, but we chose NOT to find out, we wanted to be surprised. Besides, I knew anyway! (Wink!!)

      Kathy :)

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