Hey! I am almost 10 weeks pregnant and was just wondering how many people have done the wedding ring or needle test and was accurate. My sister did it and hers was girl boy and she had a girl and now pregnant with a boy. I just did it and mine said boy girl. Just curious.... I know it is just for fun and only true way is with ultrasound!
I haven't done the wedding ring thing but I did do the drano test and the chinease gender chart and they both said girl and im 30 weeks with a baby girl... they are so fun but I dont think they are always right
You take a ring or a needle on the piece of thread and hold it over your abdomen very still. If it swing's back and forth really hard, it's a boy. If it goes around in circles, it's a girl..... And yes, it will count m/c.....If you know what they're sex is.... It's an old wives tales, but it worked everytime for me...
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