You're pregnant. Now you want to know the sex of your baby.
BabyBPM predicts the gender of your baby from fetal heart rate as measured by your doctor.
This will likely happen when you go in for an ultrasound, but can happen sooner if your doctor measures your baby's heart rate with a doppler
at an earlier visit.
BabyBPM is based on the old wives' tale
that says heart rate predicts gender.
However, BabyBPM is updated to reflect the fact that fetal heart rate changes over the course of your pregnancy.
In other words, BabyBPM compares your baby's measured heart rate with the average heart rate for a baby having the same gestational age as yours.
From that comparison, BabyBPM predicts the sex of your baby.