How do you know the gender of the fetus in the second month?

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 How do you know the gender of the fetus in the second month?


How do you know the gender of the fetus in the second month


Is it possible to know the gender of the fetus in the second month really?


There is no sure way to know the gender of the fetus in the second month; Medical methods with correct and reliable results can detect the gender or gender of the fetus around the twentieth week of pregnancy, that is, at the end of the fourth month or the beginning of the fifth month, through ultrasound imaging.

As for other medical methods that reveal the sex of the fetus at an earlier time, they are used for other purposes, and during the examination, the sex of the fetus can be known.


Myths about the gender of the fetus


Some beliefs prevailed about knowing the gender of the fetus, but science does not support these beliefs, and they are classified as myths that cannot be relied upon in determining the gender of the fetus, examples of which are the following:

How do you know the gender of the fetus in the second month


male fetus


Among the myths prevalent among the people that indicate pregnancy with an unborn child is the following:

  • The shape of your belly is straightforward, down.
  • The fetus's heart rate is less than 140 beats per minute.
  • The feeling of nausea is milder compared to a female pregnancy.
  • Increased desire to eat salty and sour foods.
  • Hair growth on the ends is less than when pregnant with a female.
  • Hair appears more vibrant and lustrous.
  • The pregnant woman does not feel obvious mood swings.
  • The size of the breasts varies, and the right breast is larger than the left. 
  • Pupils dilate when looking in the mirror for about a minute.
  • Significant dryness in the skin and coldness in the feet.
  • Feeling very headache. 
  • The color of the urine is bright yellow.
  • Frequent sleep on the left side.
  • female fetus

Among the myths prevalent among people that indicate pregnancy with a female fetus are the following:


  • The abdomen is round in shape, facing upwards.
  • The fetus's heart rate is more than 140 beats per minute.
  • The severe feeling of nausea and vomiting.
  • Your hair becomes light, dull, to know, and has less shine.
  • Notice mood swings significantly and continuously.
  • Increase the desire to eat sugar, drink more juice and eat sweets.
  • The size of the right breast is less than the size of the left breast.
  • Your skin becomes smoother.
  • Frequent sleep on the right side.
  • The pupil does not dilate when looking at a woman and staring for a minute.
  • Reliable medical methods to determine the gender of the fetus

Among the correct ways to know the gender of the fetus accurately are the following:


Ultrasound examination:

The accuracy of the examination reaches 80-90%, knowing that in some cases it is not possible through this examination to know the sex of the fetus; because of his position.

Amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling:

These examinations certainly give correct results, but they carry risks, so they are not conducted, the gender of the fetus only, but are carried out in case of suspicion of genetic or chromosomal abnormalities, and during the examination, the gender of the fetus is known.