Will it be a boy or a girl? This is probably the most exciting question pregnant moms have the moment they find out they are pregnant. Ramzi theory gender predictions are a great way to gain some insight into this matter from as early as your 6 week ultrasound. But is one week more accurate then the next? Let’s see what the experts have to say.
The accuracy on Ramzi theory at less than 6 weeks of pregnancy has not yet been studied. If you read our article on the Ramzi theory, you can find that the clinical study where the Ramzi theory was developed starting at just 6 weeks along. However, this is not to say that chorionic villi cannot be detected, say at 5 weeks and 4 days. If you have an ultrasound right before the 6 week mark, it is very possible that Ramzi theory accuracy will be the same as it is at 6 weeks.
The official study consisted of over 5,000 expectant mothers that were between the 6th and 8th week of pregnancy. This makes a 6 week ultrasound a great candidate for an accurate gender prediction. Please note that being able to see the full gestational sac is very important for an accurate gender prediction.
At this early stage in pregnancy, many women have already taken a pregnancy test but are still waiting for their first ultrasound. However, if an early ultrasound has been done, Ramzi theory at 7 weeks of pregnancy is accurate, and a mother will likely be able to see a yolk sac as well as the growing baby.
The 8th week of pregnancy is when most women go in for their first pregnancy visit and have their first ultrasound! At this age, it should be easy to detect a heartbeat as well as possibly distinguish the head and rump of the baby. Ramzi theory accuracy is at its peak during the 8th week.
Due to the controlled study only looking at women from 6-9weeks of pregnancy, anything after that is “unknown,” however, we do know that every pregnancy is different and that every baby develops at a different speed. This means that the development of a baby at 9 weeks and 3 days might be the same as someone else’s at 8 weeks and 6 days. We believe Ramzi theories are extremely accurate at 9 weeks of pregnancy.
As previously stated, there is no evidence of the accuracy of the Ramzi theory at 10 weeks of pregnancy. At this stage, the yolk sac may no longer be visible, but you can still easily see which side the placenta is developing on. We believe 10 weeks is the last stage that the Ramzi theory maintains a great deal of accuracy.
Nearing the second trimester, this week of pregnancy is able to show us good skull structure and the beginnings of a genital tubercle. This means that, although the accuracy of the Ramzi theory at 11 weeks is not high, we are able to combine it with other gender prediction methods like nub and skull.
As the uterus grows to fit the growing baby, the side on which the placenta started developing may no longer be clear. However, a 12 week ultrasound is the start of high accuracy for a nub prediction! Learn more about this theory that can predict the gender of your baby 99% at only 12 weeks.
If you have any ultrasounds from your pregnancy and you do not know the gender of your baby, we invite you to try our gender prediction services here! We provide fun and insightful predictions that will make you feel closer to your baby, and make the wait fun!