Similar Questions with Answers
Question: is there any post ovulation symptoms there..by which we can know that we have ovulated?
Answer: Basal body temperature, or the lowest temperature the body hits in a 24-hour period (usually just when you wake up), follows the same pattern across each monthly menstrual cycle. Basal body temperature is fairly consistent most of the month, then may drop slightly before ovulation — but increases dramatically during ovulation. If you track your basal body temperature over time and recognize these patterns, you will be able to pinpoint, with decent accuracy, the days when ovulation is occurring (and you are most fertile
Question: Can we know the baby is boy or girl by any symptoms ?
Answer: Not at all dear... It's all myth... Knowing gender of baby in India is illegal
Question: Any experienced symptoms from which we can know the gender of baby
Answer: An ultrasound technician can tell you, but they can be wrong. Until the Big Reveal, here are some entertaining, sometimes weird ways to predict your baby's sex(its not scientifically proven and can be wrong)
This one you can do just by looking south: if you're carrying high, break out the pink. If your bump is low, you're carrying a boy.
Next time your OB pulls out the Doppler to listen to baby's heartbeat, ask her to tell you what the heart rate is. According to legend, 140+ beats per minute indicates a girl, and below 140 a boy.
Craving ice cream every single day? Some people believe this means it's a girl. If you have to have salty or sour stuff, then it's a boy.
If you're breaking out like crazy, blame it on your girl babe. The belief goes that girls steal their mother's beauty, hence, those annoying zits
Pop off your wedding ring—if you still can!—and tie it to a string. Hang it over your belly. If it swings in a circle, a little guy's in your future. If it goes back and forth, you've got a girl