There are all sorts of research done that allegedly say they can influence what gender your new baby will be.
Some come down to bedroom techniques, some are due to foods that are eaten, or the type of underwear the father should wear one month before the conception is attempted.
Everybody knows that it’s the father that contributes the chromosome that results in whether the baby is a boy or a girl… but a new study has come out that may pour some fuel onto the growing fire of the mother having some influence after all.
Researchers have found that WOMEN WHO BEGIN THEIR PERIOD EARLY ARE MORE LIKELY TO GIVE BIRTH TO GIRLS.
This is according to a project that surveyed over 10,000 women about the age that they began their period and what their babies’ sex were. 54% of the children born to women who began their periods at 10 years old were girls. That percentage dropped as the age that women began their periods got older: 50% at age 12; 47% at age 14.
The study has some support from other researchers, as the younger menses times can affect a mother’s body more than when it begins later in adolescence – and those hormones can negatively affect the viability of male embryos.