Sex Of A Baby May Be Predicted By The Mother’s Blood Pressure, Says Study

Sex Of A Baby May Be Predicted By The Mother’s Blood Pressure, Says Study

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Scientists have claimed that woman's blood pressure before she gets pregnant could affect whether she has a boy or a girl. Researchers from Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto found those with lower blood pressure tended to
13 Jan 2017 - General
After getting into link, the study is conducted on enough patients that I want to appreciate but further it required to study on all ages because as age is also dependent on pregnancy. Blood pressure values 112.5 ± 11.9 (Male) 109.6 ± 12.0 (Female) closer based on that we can't really predict. Dear Theekshana Abayawickrama ...
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Maternal Blood Pressure Before Pregnancy and Sex of the Baby: A Prospective Preconception Cohort Study
Ravi Retnakaran Shi Wu Wen Hongzhuan Tan Shujin Zhou Chang Ye Minxue Shen Graeme N. Smith Mark C. Walker
Am J Hypertens (2017) hpw165. DOI: ht...
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There are several believed ways that sex of fetus can be determined like baby heart beat, blood pressure, symptoms and size and shape of mothers belly, but all are 50-50 chances in failing and passing criteria as per my view. As Theekshana Abayawickrama expressed how can we correlate based on simply blood pressure. The study of finding still unclear how B.P is based on sex of baby during early pregnancy time. I a...
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