You have heard of many of the different myths and old wives tales that will tell you whether or not you are going to have a boy or girl. There are many different old wives tales, or myths, which of course, none can be exactly proved. The Cabbage test for baby gender , Drano test and Chinese calender are just some of the more common ones but lets have a look at some other less popular baby sex tests. One of the most popular old wives tales is the wedding ring or needle test.
What's really behind the 'ring test' for telling an unborn baby's sex? | HowStuffWorks
Studies reveal that 75 to 81 percent of women wish to know the sex of their unborn baby. The ring gender test is one of the many ways people have tried to predict the sex of their unborn baby. What makes this test somewhat unique is that one version also claims to be able to predict the number and sex of all your future children. The ring gender test can be performed in two ways, both of which involve threading a string through a ring. Lie on your back and have your partner, family member, or friend hang the threaded ring above your belly.
What's really behind the 'ring test' for telling an unborn baby's sex?
By: Debra Ronca Updated: Apr 14, When a woman is expecting a baby, the most common question she hears is "Is it a boy or a girl? Others get so excited, they'll try all sorts of things to predict the sex of the baby before it's time for an ultrasound.
These days, a simple blood test can tell you the sex of your baby as early as 10 weeks into your pregnancy. And even if you wait a bit longer, you can find out sometime around week 20 with your anatomy ultrasound. Regardless, you may still enjoy a little fun and games with guessing. People have been attempting to predict the sex of their babies for centuries using popular myths and urban legends. Do these tales have any bearing in science?