When does the baby’s gender begin to form?
The baby’s gender is genetically clear as soon as the egg is fertilized with sperm. Because male and female genitals derive from the same structures, they develop up to the first 7 weeks and look the same. Around week 9-10, girls and boys turn to develop their genetic structures differently, thanks to the different hormones and receptors they have.
When and what methods do the baby’s gender be revealed during pregnancy?
Ultrasonography is the most commonly used method for determining gender during pregnancy. Although male and female sex ism is much earlier, it is necessary to reach a certain size in order for this difference to be seen in ultrasound. This distinction can be made around 12-13 weeks, but the 16th-century city is a 16th-century city. images after the week give us a clearer distinction. There may be mistakes in the baby’s position, albeit rarely in sexist. Your doctor’s determination of the same sex in two ultrasound examinations conducted a month apart allows the margin of error to be minimized.
Apart from ultrasonography, amnioosynthesis (removal of amnion juice from the womb), corneal biopsy, cordosynthesis, the exact result is determined by examining the baby’s chromosomes. In these examinations, the chromosomal structure of the male or female is monitored. However, these tests are not performed only to learn gender except for the detection of gender-related diseases.
Apart from these, at home, the mother’s urine and the 10th century. gender determination tests are produced per week. While these tests can determine the right gender by 80 percent, it also brings some ethical debate. Couples who have a baby of gender that she does not want can end pregnancy with early abortion. In babies born, the sexes are approximately half, which is meant to maintain the perfect balance of nature. Pregnancy terminations due to gender in the early weeks will be to interfere with this perfect balance.
Does any method or historical calculation before pregnancy determine the sex of the baby?
The desire to determine the sex of the baby before pregnancy occurs has been an issue that has attracted people from past dates to the present. These people’s desires to determine gender have led to the emergence of many techniques and methods that are spread by public discourse and are not evidence of scientific accuracy. The most popular among methods without scientific basis; biological calendar and chinese calendar methods. In the biological calendar method, the existence of periods in which men and women will have boys and boys is accepted and these periods are calculated based on the dates of birth of the mother and father candidate. In the Chinese calendar method, there is a chart of gender estimates based on the month and age of the woman will become pregnant.
It should be noted that the situation of those who say that they determine gender using any method is purecoincidence. In light of scientific information, the baby is 50 percent more likely to be a boy or a boy, and regardless of the method applied in this case, half of couples will have the baby’s gender as desired.
What are the factors that are effective in having a baby with boys or boys?
It is a sperm cell from the male that determines the sex of the baby and is therefore the decisive father. In ivf applications in our country, the genetic structure of sperm to be injected into the egg can be done by looking at gender determination only for medical reasons such as preventing diseases that are transitioning due to gender.
Is there any technological studies or research aimed at determining the sex of the baby before pregnancy?
There are methods that are more reliable than traditional methods, practiced in light of scientific research and findings and are still being developed. However, it is not difficult to predict that the proliferation of these practices and methods, where the decision to choose gender is left to parents, will create problems with gender imbalance in the world in the coming years.
Selnas Method (Babychoice Method)
The basis of the method developed in laboratories in Switzerland and used since 1997; X (girl) in some periods of the electrical gravitational pull on the surface of the egg cell, in some periods, the change of the mother according to the biological clock, which agrees to be fertilized with the Y (male) chromosome. The laboratory in Switzerland sends the blood and some information of couples, the information obtained from them and the calendars that determine the gender periods are created, and couples must engage in these specified periods. In this method, no intervention or separation is made to the mother or father, eggs or sperm. It is claimed that the chances of success are 90 percent.
This method, which can be easily applied and can only be applied by calculating ovulation day; Sperm carrying Y chromosome (required for baby baby) is based on the fact that the sperm carrying the X chromosome (required for the baby girl) is faster and living less. Accordingly, if the relationship is entered after ovulation day, fertilization with the fast Y chromosome sperm increases the likelihood of male sex. On the other hand, if intercourse is entered 2 days before ovulation, the sperm with chromosome Y chromosome sits dead and fertilization with X chromosomal sperm, which can live longer, increases the likelihood of female sex.
Microsort and Ericcson Methods
Both methods require the creation of pregnancy through vaccination (IUI) method. Sperm prepared for vaccination is separated as those containing chromosomeX and Y, and sperm containing the desired gender chromosome is left into the uterus on the day of ovulation. It is reported to have a 70-80 percent chance of success.
PGD ( preconsonency genetic diagnosis ): The most advanced diagnostic test that determines the sex with 100 percent accuracy before pregnancy occurs. In this method, the chromosome structure is examined and its gender is learned by taking a cell from fertilized embryos created during IVF administration, which have not yet been placed in the womb. If the embryo is in the desired sex, pregnancy is achieved by placing it in the womb. It is forbidden to use it in our country and in many countries for the purpose of determining gender. It is only used to screen genetically transmitted diseases and to select healthy embryos before transferto the uterus.
Is it true that if a man’s sperm is of good quality, the idea that she’s a baby girl?
This idea, which supports the Shettles method, is based on sperm carrying x chromosome (which allows the formation of a baby girl) to remain durable and alive for longer than the sperm that carries the Y chromosome (which allows the formation of a baby girl). Gender is more likely to be a girl thanks to x chromosome sperm that surviveuntil ovulation day in relationships before ovulation day. Therefore, it can be thought that there is a relationship between quality (durable) sperm and female sex among the public.
Are there foods that determine the sex of the baby?
There is no proven scientific basis for determining the sex of the baby with food. The possibility of a baby boy feeding the expectant mother with potassium and sodium-rich foods such as meat, fish, vegetables, chocolate, salt at least 6 weeks before pregnancy; Feeding on calcium and magnesium-rich foods such as milk, cheese, unsalted peanuts, beans, broccoli is claimed by some geneticists that feeding them increases the likelihood of becoming a baby girl. However, there is no proven information yet on nutrition and gender relationship.