thats a shame that you.. and maybe others... have put so much thought into this to actually allow it to consume you. This... along with every other "theory" is supposed to be used for Entertainment purposes and not to put so much stock into.
I dont think its so much.. "the opposite is true" -- but more that you and others like you.. dont fit into this statistic. Curiously, I wonder how long this study has been going on.. how much actual research they've done... i.e... how many actual pregnancies were included, etc..
The dr that performed the study originally, did not do this study to predict gender of the baby. The study was done entirely for another purpose to help determine if the side of the uterus had an impact on renal pyelectasis and moderate to severe bilateral pyelectasis. The study was mainly performed to try and determine a safer way to help diagnose the possiblity of these diseases at an early gestational age becuase chorionic villis sampling can carry a risk of miscarriage if done earlier than 10-12 weeks of gestational age. Dr. Ramzi noticed there was a correlation between the side of the uterus the placenta implanted on and gender during his research. Since his research was NOT geared toward finding or determining the sex of the baby, his study does not include very detailed information on determining the sex of the baby only the percentages that I previously posted (There is more information but you have cipher through the study). Had he actually been looking for this or performed this study to determine the correlation between sex and placental implantation then maybe we would all have a clearer understanding of why this seems to hold true for many ( although there will always be exceptions).
This study presents new method (Ramzi’s method) that may improve fetal sex prediction in early pregnancy, using 2D sonography with color flow or angio power color flow Doppler to mark the laterality of the chorionic villi color flow that represents the blood flow in this region (future placenta). This new marker might be very helpful for parents with genetic syndromes, which affect the female and male fetus .In addition early gender detection, lessen the stress and lead to a decision by parents and the physician for better management.
This method can be incorporated easily in early first trimester. The use of this method yields a gender prediction of 97.2% for male with right-sided chorionic villi/placenta and 97.5% for female with left sided chorionic villi/placenta.This method is highly effective, as the closest method available is the sagital sign from 11 to 14 weeks gestation.
This method is not an alternative to the conventional views to predict fetal gender, but rather as a complimentary approach that can be easily learned and applied, especially in fetous with family history of genetic disorders . The result showed that fetal pyelectasis increase with right lateral placental location compare to the left sided placentai. This method might be used as an additional sonographic soft marker.