The blood pressure of the mother can influence the gender of the baby

According to a study published in the American Journal of Hypertension, a mother's blood pressure can have an effect on the birth of her son or daughter.

The blood pressure of the mother can influence the gender of the babyThere are many methods and beliefs in the public mind that help the mother predict the sex of the baby to be born, but unfortunately none of them is scientifically proven. However, a few years ago, a study was published in which young women were monitored for their health before having a baby. They were thoroughly examined on the day of the "recruitment" and reiterated this when they became pregnant and pregnant, and finally when their baby was born. Dr. Ravi Retnakaran In a 2009 study led by endocrinologists, a total of 1,411 Chinese women participated in Liuyang Province. After comparing their blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and triglyceride levels, they came to systolic blood pressure (the first among blood pressure values) in women who have a son is slightly higher, on average (106 milligrams of mercury / mmHg), and slightly lower in those whose children are born (103.3 mmHg). It should be noted that researchers excluded factors such as age, smoking, BMI, and blood and glucose levels during the study. Retnakaran concluded that the results of the study found that maternal blood pressure may indeed be an important factor in the child's gender that has not been taken into consideration. This in turn can help to understand the basic mechanisms that govern human gender distribution (via)
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