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    Default Gender Prediction Tales

    Hello Ladies
    So I know it might sound a little skeptical - but I have tried this on all of my mum-to-be friends and it works 100% for us - so just want to take it further and see how accurate is this:
    to predict the gender of your baby you take:
    Mothers age at conception + the month of your missed period+ 3
    If result is an even number - baby will be a girl
    If result is an odd number - baby will be a boy

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    I was 21 when we conceived + 7(missed my period in July) + 3 = 31 - odd - boy - and we did have a boy the following March

    Very interesting to see how you go !

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    Only 50% here I'm afraid..
    28+10+3=41, but I had a girl.
    30+9+3=42, had another girl.

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    24+6+3=33 had a girl
    26+6+3=35 had a girl
    27+5+3=35 had a girl
    29+7+3=39 had a girl

    So for me it is incorrect every time however if it went by the conception month then it would of got all mine right.

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    17+03+3= 23. Girl
    25+04+3= 32. Girl
    27+12+3= 42. Girl (confirmed ultrasound)


    ~Isla Rohmaine arriving sept 2013 and a baby makes 3!

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    25+2+3=30 (I had a boy, so incorrect)
    27+12+3=42 (pregnant with twin girls, so correct)

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    21+11+3 = 35 boy is correct
    25+4+3 = 32 girl, well we will see
    Last edited by Marepoppin; 24-05-2013 at 14:16.

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    31+5+3 = 39 Boy
    35+4+3 = 42 yet to be confirmed but hoping for a girl.

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    Also I should mention that if you were due at the end/beginning of the month or if you had a bday the month that you conceived the prediction probably won't work...

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    It was right for both of mine.... mind blowing

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    20+7+3=30 Incorrect, i had a boy
    23+8+3=34 Incorrect, i had a boy

    26+4+3=33 Not sure of gender, but going by the success rate of this odd would mean girl for me


 

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