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Absolutely no truth to it. Here's a graph that shows the distribution of gender and heartbeat. It's an equal distribution. So link that on Facebook and tell them to hush. My sister swears there's a difference in the sound of the heartbeat, but she listened to my 2nd pregnancy and told me it sounded "more like a train than galloping horses" so it must be a boy. Yeah. That was DD2.
Wife to sweet husband Jeff and mother to 2 beautiful girls: Emily (2) and Jocelyn (1).
Last edited by feythful; June 7th, 2013 at 09:15 PM.
All my kids had over 150. I have a girl and a boy, and the one I lost at 11w was also a boy. The twins in me now are both over 160, and I have a strong suspicion that I've got at least one boy in there....
Not reliable to use to determine gender. The baby's activity level in uterine contributes to heart rate as well. Both boys and girls are active and have times of quiet. My 7 w ultrasound was 146.... Then at 8w3d it was 160's and slowly rose to 170's. now at 11w it's slowly even-ing out. I think it only holds true in labor
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