Women’s Blood Pressure Can Determine Sex of Baby
A new study discovered that a mother’s blood pressure can predict the sex of the baby before the delivery.
Dr. Ravi Retnakaran at the Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto conducted research on 1500 women by measuring their cholesterol, glucose, triglycerides and blood pressure levels. What they found was that patients with high blood pressure increased the chances of having a boy. While the study isn’t concrete, more research will be needed to determine the link between blood pressure and sex of a baby.