7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: This is my second pregnancy...m having nausea and too much breast pain...ppl around me are guessing gender on this basis...how much of u believe in chinese calender???

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Answer: Gender prediction based on this myth we 'll predict just for fun and anxiety but all this are not true
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