During pregnancy, it is common for women to experience various symptoms such as nausea, fatigue, and food cravings. While these symptoms are generally not influenced by the sex/gender of the baby, some studies suggest that there may be subtle differences in certain symptoms. However, these differences are not reliable indicators of the baby's sex/gender. The only accurate way to determine the sex/gender is through medical tests such as ultrasound or genetic testing. It's important to remember that every pregnancy is unique and symptoms can vary greatly from woman to woman. If you have any concerns about your pregnancy or want to know more about your baby's sex/gender, consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice and guidance.