THE RAMZI THEORY
What is the ramzi theory
THE RAMZI THEORY EXPLAINED
The Ramzi theory is a a way of guessing your baby's gender from as early as 6 weeks pregnant. In the Ramzi theory it states girl on left and boys on the right. With a transvaginal scan we have to take into account all the surroundings. For a transabdominal scan we have to take in to account if this needs flipping. For most they will say that boys will be on the left and girls on the right. However we do not adopt this method because so much more should be taken in to account.
By tracking the chorionic villi, also known as the future placenta, Dr. Saam Ramzi Ismail gave the world a tool to very accurately reveal the gender of a baby at just 5 weeks of gestation. Although Dr. Ramzi’s theory isn’t 100% accurate, and there are multiple instances where the placenta is in a tricky spot, and this is where we come in.
IS THE RAMZI THEORY ACCURATE?
As with all gender guess techniques, While there is research behind them, ultimately they are a bit of fun and are definitely not guaranteed methods, so don't go painting your nursery all pink or blue just yet! Even official gender scans get it wrong sometimes, so just bear that in mind.