Now we’re starting to discuss about another method of predicting fetal gender this time, not by Dr. Eugen Jonas, but by Dr. Saad Ramzi. As you know, a lot of parents desperately want to know whether they have a baby girl or baby boy as soon as possible before conception. There’s one unproven method of gender prediction called “Intelligender Kits” that are usually sold in every local drug store. According to some people, it can be used as early as the ten-week pregnancy. However, its level of accuracy will be still a question, and always leave every mother-to-be something to desire. It will be your choice to rely on it or not.
Nowadays, the Internet community has been stirred by a completely new method, which is supposed to be done by Dr. Ramzi or simply dubbed as “The Ramzi’s Method”. Then what is this buzz all about? What to expect from the so-called new method of determining whether a pregnant woman is carrying a male or female baby as early as 6 weeks into pregnancy?
The Ramzi’s method is a research done by Dr. Ramzi in which about up to 5000 fetuses were reported to be scanned to be able to identify the placental position and gender of the unborn baby. In the first trimester, 78% of the mothers concerned about having a regular transabdominal ultrasound. The mothers came back between weeks 18-20 and were rescanned with the abdominal ultrasound. 99% of the genders of the babies were confirmed during this time and 100% of the fetal genders were confirmed at birth. This study did not include twins, ectopic cases, and other complications.
It’s said to be amazingly accurate when having no visualization of sex organs to know the gender. Dr. Ramzi claimed that this is actually a soft marker used between the doctor and patient, especially when the early knowledge can help you and your partner to make right decisions.
This method is to use the placental location as a marker to detect fetal genders within 6 weeks of gestation, which is found highly dependable. The fetus genders are correctly detected about 97.2% of males and 97.5% of females in the early first trimester. In short, this method of Dr. Ramzi is considered as a soft marker having relation with fetal pyelectasis.
If the placental location is right, 97.2% of chance can be a boy.
If the placental location is left, 97.2% of chance can be a girl.
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