Even stranger myths for predicting the baby's sex exist. One suggests that mommies-to-be hang their wedding ring from a strand of the father's hair over their belly.Author: Stephanie Watson. Gender Reveal Party Plans: Pretty popular these days, gender reveal parties sometimes are part of baby showers and allow you to share the news with loved ones. Strong Preference for One Sex or the Other: For those whose desire to have either a boy or girl is .
One of the most universal myths about gender revolves around your baby’s heart rate. If the beats per minute are under 140, the baby is supposed to be a boy. Higher than 140, it’s a girl.Author: Ashley Marcin. Of all the pregnancy myths, gender prediction myths are probably the most encountered. The most common of these rely on fetal heart rate to predict whether the baby will be a boy or a girl. In our clinic we hear expectant mothers declare that a heart rate of 140 beats per minute indicates a girl; others swear that the cut-off is the 150 mark.