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    Default Was your gender ultrasound right or wrong?

    Wondering if you found out if you were having a girl or a boy during an ultrasound, were they right? Or did you get a shock when the opposite gender was born?
    I have a little boy (2.5yrs) & the technician was right when he told me I was expecting a boy. This time around I've been told a girl but am paranoid it will come out a boy! The technician told me there's about a 1 in 400 chance that he's wrong (he got a very clear look) so a 0.25% chance. But it still worries me lol

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    I got told my DD was a girl and it was correct, but I know how you feel! I didn't truly believe it until the moment she was born.

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    Both times my childs gender was what they told me. I had a gut instinct each time with what the gender was beforehand and was right.

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    Correct all 3 times

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    Correct both times. Second time I had a lot of scans and asked each time without telling them what the previous scan showed, there was never doubt or hesitation.

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    Correct all three times. 2x boys and then a girl!


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    Yep correct

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    Right here too. I had lots of scans, and every time I had the tech check.

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    Correct with DS. This time we have been told we are having a daughter. We better have a daughter now after all the shopping I have done!!

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    It's reassuring that there's so many correct!

    I'm pretty sure I saw boy bits, and I've had a gut instinct it was a boy since I knew I was pregnant, but part of me still thinks 'what if' lol.


 

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