Between 6 and 10 weeks
This theory uses the location of the placenta in the early weeks of pregnancy to predict the gender of the baby. In controlled groups this method has been up to 97.5% accurate.
From 11 weeks
This theory focuses on the angle on the nub in comparison to the spine to predict the gender of the baby. In controlled groups this method has been up to between 98 to 100% accurate.
From 11 weeks
This theory uses the markers of the skull to differentiate between male and female babies. Although no studies have been conducted, this DIY gender prediction has been claimed to be up to 92% accurate.
Just to let you know we had our 16 week gender scan and you were correct, it is a boy!! Thank you so much. Thanks, both my boys you've correctly predicted now.
In 2016 you guys predicted I'd have a boy based on where the placenta was, it was a boy!! This year I did the ramzi, nub and skull theories and you predicted girl! And it's a girl!!!!
Fast and accurate- Thank you for your gender guess. Even though I was hoping to hear girl and you predicted boy, and sure enough it's another boy! Would recommend to anyone who wants to have...an insight into the gender during the first trimester,
I submitted two ultrasoun scans last year for the Ramzi method and both results said boy. I did have a baby boy last August. Great work!
I submitted my 8 week transvaginal ultrasound and the experts said I would have a boy. Genetic tests say that it's a boy! I'm very happy!