Does anybody know about the Ramzi method? Where if the baby implants on the right of the uterus it's a boy and if it's on the left, it's a girl? It has a 97.5% accuracy rate apparently. :O
Well I'm just looking for some clarification and guesses. I had an abdominal ultrasound at 8W6d and according to the image, I am having a boy, is this correct?? (seeing as abdominal ultrasounds mirror the actual image) and transvaginal ultrasounds do not mirror the image but are as they appear.
Let me know what you think?
Thanks and feel free to post your ultrasound pictures too and state whether it was abdominal or transvaginal ultrasound and we can all take guesses.
That's implanted on the right if it's abdominal, since it needs to be mirrored (I think the pic is the right way up, lol) so that is a boy according to the Ramzi method. Both my boys were on the right!
With all the researching I've done, The Ramzi Method was done on women that were 6-7 weeks pregnant. After that, baby floats all over so not as accurate. I'm very interested in this theory. And, actually believe in it from what I've seen. I guess I'll know for sure when I find out on this baby. My first 2 were clearly on the right, and are boys..This one was def on the left...so, hoping it's a little girl. We will see!
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