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    A friend of mine was told 80% chance it was a girl during an early scan. At the 18-20 week morphology scan, baby was confirmed as a boy...

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    There is a reason why gender scans are not recommended until approx 18 weeks..

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    I had a 12 week scan at an ultrasound clinic and the Sonographer said that he would never attempt to 'guess' the sex at that time.

    A week later, when I went to see my OB, he scanned the baby in his office (obviously not as good equipment at a clinic) and was able to get right underneath the baby and guessed a girl because the area between the legs was 'sparse.'

    Im now 16 weeks and am impatiently waiting for the 20 week scan to double check. My OB recently guessed a girl for my friend but she found out its actually a boy!

    I had not found out the gender with my 2 other children and now I'm kind of regretting I did- it's the uncertainty that's killing me.

    will report back in 4 weeks
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    When we saw our ob in his private rooms at 11 weeks he did a scan and said we were having boys both times. He was right, they were boys.

    Last week at my nuchal scan the senographer said she is 80% sure it's a boy and this week I had another scan with my friend who's a senographer doing her nuchal scan training and she said she thought she saw a willy.

    We see our ob at 17 weeks, will see if he can confirm.

    I felt very different this pregnancy too op. I had morning sickness which I haven't had before in the other 2 pregnancies, the ring test says girl as does the chinese calendar thingy and everyone has commented how they think I am having a girl. Not to mention I really felt so crappy in the first trimester which was unusual. Not that I hoped for a girl but hubby would have liked a girl. I'm sorta set on another boy so I'm rapt at the prospect of a third boy. Will see I guess!

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    If anyone is interested this is what we were told was a boy at 13+4, which we were then told at the 20 week scan was actually a girl

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    me + he = dd1 (July 2007), dd2 (July 2010), dd3 (August 2012), dd4 (due May 2014) + sil (1997)

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    No, we were told boy twice at our 12w scans and they were correct, didn't have one with DD until 18w.

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    Had an emergency scan today at 15wk4d due to bleeding, everything is fine they told us gender and said 90% positive .... Guesses?

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    Girl. Hope everything is ok!!

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