Ultrasounds provide clues into what gender your baby might be. The position of the placenta (ramzi theory), the shape of the skull (skull theory) and the nub (nub theory) all provide distinct insight into the gender of your baby. The Gender Predictor, established in 2015, has taken part in identifying the gender of over 8k nubs since we started in 2015.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Nub Theory is typically reliable between 12 and 16 weeks provided your ultrasound tech provides an image of the nub. Ramzi theory is based on the position of the placenta, usually seen in early scans. Skull theory is based on the shape of the head, particularly the forehead. It is helpful when the entire head is imaged.
Gender Prediction Theory
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