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Hello, I am currently 7 weeks pregnant and already have two daughters. I am hoping for a baby boy this time. Can anyone with experience in predicting the gender of their baby based on pregnancy symptoms tell me what symptoms are commonly associated with carrying a boy? During my previous pregnancies with girls, I did not experience any nausea or vomiting, but this time I have nausea without vomiting.
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While there is no scientific evidence to support the idea that pregnancy symptoms can accurately predict the gender of your baby, some people believe that certain symptoms may indicate whether you're carrying a boy or a girl. It's important to note that these beliefs are based on anecdotal experiences and old wives' tales rather than scientific facts.

According to popular belief, experiencing more severe morning sickness, such as nausea and vomiting, may be associated with carrying a girl. On the other hand, having little to no morning sickness might suggest that you're carrying a boy. However, it's essential to remember that every pregnancy is different and individual experiences can vary greatly.

It's also worth noting that there are many factors influencing pregnancy symptoms besides the baby's gender. Hormonal changes, genetics, overall health, and individual differences all play a role in how you experience pregnancy.

If you're curious about your baby's gender before an ultrasound or other medical methods can determine it accurately, there are various non-scientific methods like Chinese gender prediction charts or old wives' tales that claim to predict the sex of your baby based on factors like your age at conception and the month of conception. However, these methods should be taken with caution as they are not scientifically proven.

Ultimately, if you want to know the gender of your baby definitively before birth, consult with your healthcare provider who can provide accurate information through medical tests such as ultrasounds or genetic screenings.

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Hi, well wen I was pregnant with my son I Neva experienced nausea nor did I vomit. Not evn spitting. I loved salty foods n the only craving I had was for pineapple fanta... 
My boys kept.me sick my daughter was a breeze.
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I think no such symptoms r in reality that shows that the baby is boy r girl

But one thing that is mostly saying for baby boy is that's it always is in right side n the baby girl is at left side.
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I have 2 boys right now (this is my 5th pregnancy, hopefully we will finally get our girl this time, because this one I have not been as sick as with my boys).

I had Hyperemesis with both of my boys, lots of nausea in the first trimester and throwing up for me. I barely was able to eat with them until the 2nd trimester. Only a small yogurt with fruit on good days. Or some bread. 

Heart rate for both of them was above 140 bpm (that myth was not true for us). 

I knew with my youngest son that he was a boy right away because the pregnancy with him was exactly the same as my oldest. I had no doubt and sure enough it was confirmed. 

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