By ​Wendy Wisner, Apr 20, 2022

Although the Ramzi theory is interesting, experts agree that it’s not an accurate way to predict your baby’s sex. Kecia Gaither, M.D., who is double board-certified in OB-GYN and maternal fetal medicine, says, “there is no known scientific basis or factual data for proof” for it. The Ramzi theory also doesn’t make sense from a medical point of view, says Dr. Gaither. “Placental implantation is not just noted on the right or left side of the uterus—it can be anterior, posterior, fundal, or in rare cases, within the abdominal cavity (known as an abdominal pregnancy—a rare type of ectopic).”

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