When ever i get any twinges, pain, niggles etc, they are always on my left side, does that mean baby or placenta is on the left?...i read on a thread in here that what ever side the placenta is on you can sometimes determine the gender left girl right boy apparently
I hope it can predict gender as I want a boy and my cramps and twinges are on my right side. However, I thought it depended on which ovary you ovulated from. I ovulated from my right ovary, so it makes sense that the embryo would implant on my right side.
I still hope it's a boy, though... mostly because I keep accidentally referring to "it" as "he" and I don't want to slip up and say that and have it be a girl. Before I got pregnant I didn't care either way, I just want a healthy baby. I just feel like I'm having a boy, though.
i have noticed pains on the right side and almost everyone ive talked to have said that they think im going to have a boy, but then again they say that i am goign to have twins too. I hope that they are wrong on the twins part, although it would be ok, i would just rather one at a time!
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