As soon as a woman becomes pregnant, one of the first things on her mind is the gender of the baby. These days, there are chromosomal tests that can confirm the baby’s sex from as early as 6 weeks and some genetics tests being researched to detect earlier. For most women, they have to wait until around 16 to 20 weeks when the baby’s genitals start to be visible via an ultrasound. Pooh!
If you can’t wait that long, you can consider some of the abundant old wives’ tales there out there that the Pregnancy Zone has assembled into this infographic on the topic.FREE Fertility 100 ebook. Hunting for Top Maternity or Kids Brands? Our Bellyitch 100 is the free resource for you. Baby Shower Shopping? Check out out Top Picks on Amazon or our Gift Guides.