Boy or Girl?
Since 2015, The Gender Experts have provided moms and dads-to-be with a fun experience to predict the gender assignment of their baby. We achieve this by analyzing ultrasound scans as early as 6 weeks. Our team will do their best to apply their knowledge of the Ramzi Theory, Nub Theory, and Skull Theory. You will receive a personalized determination report and drawing that explains our findings.
Pink or blue, either will do!
Submit Your Scan
After you submit your scans, our experts will analyze and illustrate your scan for your chosen theory. Your determination report and drawing will be sent to your email. Find out if you may be having a boy or girl today!
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The Ultrasound Theories
Visit our Theory Pages for more information
Ramzi Theory is 97% accurate when scanned in person. It uses chorionic villus (future placenta) placement and orientation to determine the sex of your baby.Learn more
Using this method is highly accurate. When your baby’s nub (genital tubercle) is forming and visible around 12 weeks, the angle of the dangle can assist in predicting the sex of your baby.Learn more
There are ten physical attributes of the baby’s Skull in which a baby boy skull differs from a baby girl. Those differences can give clues to baby’s gender.Learn more
The Gender Experts accurately predicted GIRL using the Nub and Skull Theory. Thanks so much!!
You guys were right with both of my pregnancies!! Keep up the good work
Hi!! I just want to let you know that you were RIGHT. We are having a boy after 2 girls! Over the moon happy 🙂
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