Food For Young Pregnant Women To Have A Son?
I want to ask, I again pregnant about 4 weeks, at this age of pregnancy can not consume food to be able to become male ankle?
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The sex of the fetus, whether male or female, is determined by the fertilization that occurs from the chromosomes carried by the sperm that fertilize the egg. So that the sex can be known in the examination during pregnancy by your obstetrician.
Several issues related to diet that affect the sex of the fetus to date have not provided strong evidence. Research provides information that prior to pregnancy, women on a cereal and potassium diet helped increase the likelihood of male sex during pregnancy. However, this still requires a lot of data support and further research. So that this research has not been generally accepted.
Regarding your question, your current gestational age is 4 weeks, this means that the chromosomes from sperm that fertilize your egg cells generally determine the sex of your fetus. So, then the sex of the fetus can be known at around 20 weeks' gestation, and can be known with certainty at the birth of your baby.
Thus, chances are if you consume certain foods, it does not affect the sex of your child.
For more detailed information, you can discuss with your obstetrician for examination and evaluation during your pregnancy.
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