There are a lot of myths out there surrounding pregnancies. One common myth is that a baby's heart rate can determine the gender. Some say if the baby's heart beats faster than 140 beats per minute, it's a girl. An average fetal heart rate ranges from 110 to 160 beats per minute (bpm) and changes when the baby is active. Some babies have heart rates that are slower or faster than average. But this has nothing to do with the sex of your baby according to many studies. Every mom and baby are going to be different. But in the end they are just Myths. Hope this Blog helps answer any questions you might have on heart rate and gender.
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