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7 Unlikely Ways to Predict Baby’s Gender

By Devan McGuinness |

I have been pregnant and given birth to three full-term children and each time, I had a feeling I knew which gender I was carrying. I found out early with my older two children and left the third one waiting until the birth when my husband announced we had a girl.

With each pregnancy, I knew the gender of my child-to-be. Even though I had not really been pregnant before my son, I was correct that he was a boy. The same is true for the two girls — I was right when I predicted their gender.

Basically, I am 3 for three and it’s because I have my own unlikely ways to predict gender. I have no idea if these will work for you, but for me they’ve always seem to hold true.

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7 Maybe-True Ways to Predict Gender - Babble

7 Probably-Not-True Ways to Predict Baby's Gender

While I don't know if this is totally accurate, each of these have been true for me and it's totally how I predict it. I haven't been wrong yet. 

:: Would this accurately describe what you went through during your pregnancies for which gender you carried? ::

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Devan McGuinness is the writer of the lifestyle website byDevan. After surviving 12 miscarriages, Devan founded Unspoken Grief, a resource and support site for perinatal and neonatal loss. Read bio and latest posts → Read Devan's latest posts →

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