Skull gender theory works by identifying the shape, size, and other related factors of your baby’s skull while in the womb. These factors are said to develop as early as a few weeks into your pregnancy, which would make gender skull theory an excellent method for predicting your baby’s gender long before the distant 20-week scan that traditionally serves as the first opportunity for gender reveal.
According to skull gender theory, the sex of your baby can be identified by how blocky, round, large or small the baby’s skull is. Boys are said to generally possess larger, blockier skull shapes than girls. Girls generally are said to have more rounded skulls that are also smaller in overall size.
Experts in skull theory gender testing use these attributes to determine whether a baby will be a boy or girl, much earlier than traditional 20 week scans.
The Factors Behind Identifying Sex of the Baby on Ultrasound Scans When it comes to Ultrasound Gender Determination, not even 20-week ultrasound scans and gender sonogram printouts are guaranteed to be 100% accurate, (although they are close to it) and that goes for skull gender theory scans as well.
It all comes down to the baby’s position within the uterus as well as other factors. Making accurate measurements can be difficult if the baby is not positioned in profile, and that applies to gender sonogram readings at any gender determination ultrasound as well. You’ll want to make sure that you have an accurate image that includes the baby positioned in profile, so that the skull can be measured from front to back and so that whoever is reading the scan can get an accurate view of the baby’s skull shape in addition to its size.