Q. What is the drano test? How does it work and why?
A. The drano test supposedly can detect something in a pregnant woman's urine that will change the color of the drano to indicate the gender of the baby. However, this is absolutely false. In addition to that, I must warn you that it is extremely dangerous to mix urine and drano. When they did studies at the medical school here on this test they wore checmical masks and did them under chemical hoods because of the possibility of fumes and of explosion.
Q. I've heard that the baby's heart rate is a good indicator of the gender of that baby. Is it true that a fast heart rate is a girl and a slow heart rate is a boy?