Many expectant mothers undergo a test during pregnancy – the NT test. This examination can help us understand the health of the baby, but some people also use the NT value to determine the gender of the baby. So, can the NT value really depend on men and women? Today we will learn more about it. First of all, it needs to be clear that the NT value itself cannot accurately determine the gender of the baby. The NT value refers to the thickness of the nuchal translucency of the fetus. It is only a screening indicator and is mainly used to assess the risk of chromosomal abnormalities and structural malformations in the fetus. While some people believe that the NT value is related to the gender of the baby, there is no scientific basis for this statement. The size of the NT value is affected by many factors, such as the size of the fetus, its posture, the thickness of the subcutaneous fat in the neck, etc., so different fetuses may have different NT values. 40-week pregnancy care guide electronic version mobi+epub+azw3+pdf So, how to correctly view the NT value? First of all, we should realize that the NT value is only a screening indicator and cannot diagnose whether there is a problem in the fetus. If the NT value is abnormal, a comprehensive judgment needs to be made in conjunction with other examination results and the doctor\’s advice. Secondly, we should not use the NT value as a basis for determining the gender of the baby. The sex of a baby is determined by chromosomes and has no direct relationship with the NT value. Whether the baby is a boy or a girl, they are our precious treasures. Finally, I would like to quote a famous saying: \”Every child is a gift from God.\” Whether it is a boy or a girl, their arrival is a blessing and joy. We should cherish and love them and give them enough care and care.