Fetal Genital Tuber’s Method – Knowing the Sex of the Baby on the First Ultrasound

Curiosity is a lot and some people have developed some methods to discover sex on the first ultrasound. One such method is the Fetal Genital Tuber method.

Fetal Genital Tuber's Method - Knowing the Sex of the Baby on the First Ultrasound

The curiosity of a couple “pregnant” in knowing the sex of the baby is something quite common. Some more others less, but all the popes wonder if they are going to have a princess or a prince.

Some lucky boys (mostly boys’ moms) have a pretty good guess at the 13 week echo, but most doctors only take a hunch after 20 weeks of gestation.

What is the Fetal Genital Tuber Method

It’s a new way of trying to find sex as soon as possible, so you need a clear picture of the ultrasound.

The image should perfectly show the fetal genital tubercle to assess its position.

The genital tubercle is the area where the baby’s sexual organs will form, its position may indicate the sex of the baby.

How is an ultrasound or ultrasound of a boy?

The angle of the male genital tubercle has an amplitude of 30 degrees relative to the fetal spine.

That is, if you draw an angle between the column and the tuber it will be closed, as you can see in the image example.

How is an ultrasound or ultrasound of a girl?

The female genital tubercle is straight in relation to the spine.

That is, if you draw an angle between the column and the tuber it will resemble the example of the image.

There are some tests done on this method the success percentage is greater than 85%.

This test can be done after the 12 weeks at which point the genital tuberculum is already perfectly perceptible in relation to the spine.

Moms who have had babies can see the echoes of the puppies and confirm if the method really works. Share the result.