Baby Gender Quiz – A Boy Or A Girl?

A Baby Gender Quiz is a fun and engaging activity that supposedly predicts the gender of your baby with nearly 93% accuracy. Of course, this is not based on scientific data, but rather those wonderful Old Wives Tales. You may also try the Chinese Gender Predictor Test.

Before we get to the sex of your baby, first you will want to know that you are pregnant. For signs of pregnancy, click here.

Whether you wish to believe in the old wives tales or not, they are at least going to be right 50% of the time!

Baby Gender Quiz – Is It A Boy Or A Girl?

Baby Gender Quiz Question #1 – Are you carrying your baby high or low?

According to tales, you can tell if you are having a boy or a girl, by the way you carry your baby. It could be a boy if you are carrying low, and is more likely to be a girl if you are carrying high.

Baby Gender Quiz Question #2 – Did the hair on your legs grow slower or faster than before?

Growing more hair could mean that your testosterone hormones are higher than usual. Boys have more testosterone that may mean hairy legs and more shaving for moms! The faster the hair growth, the more likely you are having a boy.

Baby Gender Quiz Question #3 – Is the color of your urine a dull color or a bright color?

Based on old wives tales, the color of a pregnant woman’s urine can help predict the gender. If the color of your urine is dull, then you are having a girl. A brightly colored urine is supposedly more likely associated with a boy!

Baby Gender Quiz Question #4 – Are you craving more sweets or spicy and salty foods?

According to many wives tales, if you are craving more sweets during pregnancy, then you are carrying a girl. If your cravings are for more spicy and salty foods, you are more likely to have a boy. During pregnancy, be sure to eat power foods that will support your health and the development of your baby.

Baby Gender Quiz Question #5 – Is your baby’s heart rate over 140 beats/minute or under 140 beats/minute?

If the baby’s heart rate is faster than 140 beats per minute, then you are sure to have a girl. If the average heart rate is below 140 beats per minute, it is said to be a boy. Boys are thought to have a lower heart rate. A normal fetal heart rate is between 110-160 beats per minute.

Baby Gender Quiz Question #6 – Are your feet colder or warmer than before?

According to many tales, it is also believed that warmer feet, or if your feet are the same, are more likely associated with a girl. It is also believed that if your feet are colder during pregnancy than before, you are having a boy.

Baby Gender Quiz Question #7 – My extra weight is all in the front or settling on my hips, thighs, and buttocks?

Is all your extra weight out in front? Gender quiz says that you are having a boy. If all your extra weight is around your hips and waist, then you are having a girl. Learn how to stay fit while pregnant.

Baby Gender Quiz Question #8 – Does your abdomen look like a basketball or a watermelon?

According to many myths, if you are all belly in the front, like a basketball, it is probably a boy. If your pregnant belly looks more like a watermelon, a little girl is on the way.

Baby Gender Quiz Question #9 – Are you having lots of nausea or none at all?

They say nausea means it is going to be a girl, so this points more towards a girl.

Baby Gender Quiz Question #10 – Are you having pimples and breakouts or no skin changes?

Supposedly, boys make their mothers look better with glowing skin. A girl would allegedly make the mothers look less beautiful or not have a pregnancy glow because the baby girl was thieving all of her beauty throughout the pregnancy. For great ways to look your best during pregnancy, click here.

Take the ultrasound quiz for another fun way to determine if you are having a boy or a girl. Remember this is all in fun. Most people will tell you that their only wish is to have a healthy baby and they are going to be happy with a boy or a girl.


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