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    Default Nubs- I'm no expert!

    Hey nub experts!

    I'm not finding out the sex of this bub (well not officially, as DH doesn't want me to), I have two boys already, and have never thought to pull out their NT scans to see if It was noticeable.

    What am I looking for? This is DS2. Is this a good nub shot, and would you have guessed boy if you hadn't already have known?

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    I can't see a nub on that one sorry! But when you have your NT scan with this one, I'll have a guess!

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    Arrow points at the nub. For girls it is usually parallel or angled down to the spine and often has a 'forked' end.

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    Boy example.

    Nub angled up from the spine and often has a 'bulb' end. Boy nubs are often shorter than girl nubs.

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    Thanks hun!
    I hope I get a good shot this time The wait until October is going to kill me! Haha


 

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