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Q: Babies' bottoms and gender ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Babies' bottoms and gender
Category: Health > Children
Asked by: ashurbanipal-ga
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Posted: 17 Jan 2005 23:44 PST
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Question ID: 459097
Is it true that the length of a baby's bottom crack (butt-crack)
relates to gender? I heard that a girl baby has a longer (higher up
the back) crack than a boy. And if this is true, is it also true for
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Babies' bottoms and gender
From: hb1234-ga on 10 Aug 2005 21:38 PDT
I have a lot of pediatrician friends.  To their knowledge, there is no
relationship between a baby bottom and gender in the pediatric age,
the newborn nursery, or any other.

In the newborn nursery, doctors do use a system to test the AGE of a
baby in regards to developmental gestation, which is called the
Ballard, which needs to be done within a certain time of birth, but
pediatricians do not routinely measure the lengths of the bottoms.
Subject: Re: Babies' bottoms and gender
From: ufoolme-ga on 01 Sep 2005 16:22 PDT
I don't know the exact science at the bottom of it, but females and
males do deposit fat different. and it This may makes female
butt-cracks look bigger. (just an idea)

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