Can you tell by the heart beat if it is a boy or girl?
The Myth is that if your baby's heart rate is over 140 then it's a girl and if under then it's a boy. That's simply not proven. Just an old wives tale. A study of over 200 women done by the Journal of Reproductive Medicine in 1996 shows no truth to the myth.
The heart rate of a child in the womb is not a reliable indicator of sex. However, the myth usually goes that a faster heart rate indicates a boy if you want to play along. 142 would indicate a boy on these terms. However, there is absolutely no evidence to support this theory. My baby girl had a very high heart rate and the doctor even jokingly said "sounds like a boy", but indeed was…
AH! But I, as an aspiring labor and delivery nurse, know what this question means..... Generally speaking a more rapid heart rate belongs to a male child. Not always but that's what they say. I'd bet money and tell you to think of baby boy names more than girl names :) Previous answer: No. Then again, your question makes absolutely no sense.