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    Default So who has done the ring test?

    And was it right for you?

    https://www.facebook.com/meghan.l.gi...54555395476704

    I did it yesterday after my sister sent me the link and it's just spookyily accurate.
    I have three children and have had two losses.
    I wasn't sure if it would include them but my sis said it does.

    So I got
    Boy
    Girl (miscarried)
    Boy
    Girl (miscarried)
    Girl
    Then it stopped moving.

    I have a
    Boy
    Boy
    Girl

    What amazed me is that everyone close to me knows that I feel my daughter was the same baby that I lost twice, that I never felt like there was two other babies that I just didn't have, that was her trying to come a few times before she got here, eventually.
    Hope I'm making sense, very tired tonight.

    Anyway, have a go
    Last edited by Phony; 11-10-2016 at 19:37.

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    I have 2 boys and the ring test said girls. I've also lost 2x twin girls non identical and the ring test said boy.

    DS2 who is 13wks we where convinced Was a girl for the sure. The 4d pic looked exactly like my niece

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    I did it.
    Got boy, then a girl and then it stopped. Have repeated it numerous times over a few days and it's always the same.

    Currently pregnant with a boy.
    Had two miscarriages before so it didn't include them, but I always felt they were girls, so hopefully we get that girl come back to us one day.

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    It is totally accurate for DH and myself. Girl then boy then nothing and that's exactly what happened.

    I did the test at a friend's baby shower about 14 years ago with everyone there and it was accurate with everyone. Even her Aunty who had a miscarriage with her first, it picked that up too and my friend thought it didn't work, but her Aunty explained it was actually spot on!

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    I'm going to try it tomorrow, will let you know how it goes.

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    Agghhhh bugger in hospital getting induced tomorrow don't know gender of bubs but don't have my rings with me

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    Default So who has done the ring test?

    Ok, so I did it this morning (twice just to be sure ) and I got Boy then girl then it stopped.

    We have a boy, followed by a girl and DH has had a vasectomy so no more planned for the future.

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    I'm up to 17 girls and 4 boys. I have no children yet. Hoping it's including pets

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    Mine did a girl then a boy which I have then it did another girl. I hope she brings a nanny with her.

    I would love a third but dont think I could mentally handle it

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    Ring test/reality:

    Girl/girl
    Boy/loss (I always felt like it was a boy)
    Girl/girl
    Girl/we're done

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