Poll: Does Severe Morning Sickness Predict The Baby’s Gender?

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The long-time rumors have been confirmed by Buckingham Palace on Monday – Prince William and Kate Middleton are expecting their first baby!

Along with the big announcement, it was revealed that Kate was admitted to the hospital for “acute morning sickness” due to her pregnancy, but is there a way to tell the gender of the baby by how severe the morning sickness is?

Lisa Stanley claims that women have worse morning sickness when the baby is a boy, and less when it’s a girl. Do you think there is any truth to this pregnancy urban legend – is there a way to tell the baby’s gender by how severe the morning sickness is?

We spoke to a few listeners to get their opinions. Listen below and vote on what you think severe morning sickness means for the baby’s gender!

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