Y'all, it's official; Duggar fans have lost their damn minds. We're not quite sure how people have this kind of time to nit-pick every little detail of the reality star family's life, but alas, here we are.

Although rumors have been swirling that Jinger Duggar — who is expecting her first child with her hot AF husband, Jeremy Vuolo — is having a girl based on how high she's carrying, people are now reinforcing the little one is indeed a her based on Jinger's… nose. Watch the video above for all the bizarre details!

Surprisingly, these redditors may be on to something. According to Romper, beginning in the first trimester and lasting into the second, blood vessels expand to send more blood to your baby. "Not only does this happen in the uterus, but it happens all over the body," said Megan Schmitt, MD, a Park Nicollet OB-GYN told the publication. Blood vessels expand in your nasal passages and sinuses, which gives many moms a runny nose.

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As for whether or not it's indicative of the baby's gender? Well, there's not much truth to that. There is, however, another body part that can be used to predict whether a woman is having a boy or girl. According to BabyMed, some studies have shown that women who are pregnant with girls experience more breast swelling than women who are pregnant with boys.

Researcher Andrzej Galbarczyk — who published his findings on the matter in the American Journal of Human Biology — said, "The ultimate function of early breast enlargement may function to ensure greater involvement from partners, which is especially important to mothers expecting daughters, who might be in poorer nutritional condition."

Well, I don't think we should be checking out the 24-year-old's boobs. And considering she's due in July, we don't have much time before we find out anyway!

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