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Signs that you are pregnant with a female

Pregnancy is defined as the period between the fertilization process and childbirth, during which the fetus grows and develops inside the mother's womb. Often the fetus’s developments inside the womb are not visible, and most of them cannot be scientifically explained based on the facts and signs during pregnancy and the outcomes after it, so some resort to believing old myths and tales. And relying on it instead of science when predicting the sex of the fetus, and this may be attributed to the fact that the predictions are sometimes correct, and the predictions have to be fulfilled sometimes because the probability of giving birth to a female fetus is equal to the probability of having a male fetus, in addition to the fact that some of these rumors have some evidence To support it, new mothers are usually more likely to believe these rumors and be influenced by them, due to their anxiety and because they want to do the right thing and collect all the information available, especially in their first pregnancy.

Signs of pregnancy with a girl:

 Severe morning sickness:

Although there may be a slight link between experiencing severe nausea and vomiting in the first trimester of pregnancy and having a female, this has not been scientifically proven with certainty.

For extreme mood swings:

Hormone levels rise during pregnancy and decrease after birth, regardless of whether the fetus is male or female, and these hormonal changes during pregnancy often cause mood swings, yet some believe that women who are pregnant with girls have higher levels of the hormone estrogen, so that As a result, their moods are more variable than those carrying a male fetus.

 Belly rotation:

As some may predict the gender of the fetus based on the roundness of the abdomen; So they believe that the roundness of the pregnant woman's abdomen and its accumulation in the center of the body is a sign of a female pregnancy, while it is believed that if the belly of a pregnant woman protrudes forward and appears pointed, this is a sign of a male pregnancy.

 Abdominal Height:

As there is no scientific evidence linking the shape of the abdomen and the gender of the fetus, and it is worth noting that the shape of the abdomen usually depends on the weight of the child, the developing uterus, the location of the placenta, the fluid surrounding the fetus, body type, weight gain, level of physical fitness, muscle strength, and on Despite the above, there is an old belief indicating that a heightened belly of a pregnant woman results in a female pregnancy.

 Cravings for sugar:

As women often suffer during pregnancy from an intense appetite for certain types of food, and although there is no scientific evidence linking the gender of the fetus and the cravings for certain types of food during pregnancy, some people think that a woman's strong desire to eat sugars may It indicates pregnancy with a female, while a desire to eat salty food may indicate pregnancy with a male.

 Oily Skin and Dull Hair:

Whereas, changes in the skin’s production of oil or the appearance of hair during pregnancy occur due to hormonal changes or changes in the diet of a pregnant woman, and it is worth noting a belief prevalent among some individuals which is based on that oily skin and dull hair may mean that a woman is pregnant with a female, but this The belief is not based on any scientific basis.

 Extension of the dark line in the abdomen:

It represents the dark line or the black line, which appears in the abdominal area of ​​a pregnant woman, a change in the skin that is due to an increase in the pigment melanin, and there is a widespread belief and claim that this line can refer to the gender of the fetus, if the extension of the line is continuous to What is above the navel of the pregnant woman, the fetus is male, but if the line ends below the navel, then the fetus is female, and in fact, this dark line has no connection between it and the gender of the fetus.

 Slim appearance:

As women tend to feel inexact, tired and unbalanced in the second trimester of pregnancy, the lack of fitness is usually a result of weight gain and a change in the center of gravity, which may lead to imbalance, and it is worth mentioning that some believe that the appearance of a pregnant woman throughout pregnancy indicates She is pregnant with a female, but if she appears otherwise, she will be pregnant with a male, but the truth is that the appearance of a pregnant woman is not related at all to the gender of the fetus.

High stress levels:

Whereas, there is a positive correlation between the increased stress of a pregnant woman during pregnancy and the increased likelihood of a female pregnancy, because girls are more tolerant of unfavorable conditions in the womb than boys, in other words, highly stressed women are likely to miscarry if they become pregnant with a male before they realize that they are pregnant.

 Fetal heart rate:

Where the normal heartbeat of the fetus ranges between 120-160 beats per minute, and usually decreases before birth, and it should be noted that there is no difference between the heart rate of male and female fetuses in the first trimester of pregnancy, so the belief that the speed of the fetal heart rate that Up to 140-160 beats per minute indicates that the fetus is a female is an unfounded belief, as in fact scientific studies indicate that there is no relationship between heart rate and fetus type.