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    jenica1432 posted:
    Has anyone heard of this? it is the early way to detect what the sex of your baby is. it has been 100% accurate. it says that if you placenta is on the left it is a girl, and if it is on the right it is a boy, it doesnt work for more than one fetus or ectopics. This is so neat, i am asking my ob tomarrow which side it is on and i will keep everyone informed if it is correct for me or not. i would like others to do this as well. we can do our own little study.
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    jenica1432 responded:
    its called the ramzis method or ramzis reading....


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