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    Just wanted to add something funny and I guess i'm detracting from the thread!

    When I went for my 20 week scan with ds the radiographer (?) said 'Even though the hands are in the way, i'm pretty sure this is a boy'. I asked how she knew and she said 'Because he's playing with his penis. Oh look, there you go. Yep definitely a boy'. She said they start playing with them very early. Can't say if he had an erection then but it was a favoured womb toy .

    OP if it worries you ask the gp next time you go in. Just nice to have any worries addressed early.

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    My DS gets an erection when he does a poop never knew that would happen.

    They are such funny creatures (boys and pen!s!), if you're at all worried definitely check with your GP and/or a paed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funnymama View Post
    Just wanted to add something funny and I guess i'm detracting from the thread!

    When I went for my 20 week scan with ds the radiographer (?) said 'Even though the hands are in the way, i'm pretty sure this is a boy'. I asked how she knew and she said 'Because he's playing with his penis. Oh look, there you go. Yep definitely a boy'. She said they start playing with them very early. Can't say if he had an erection then but it was a favoured womb toy .

    OP if it worries you ask the gp next time you go in. Just nice to have any worries addressed early.
    Lol
    The obsession starts in the womb and never ends.

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    My son gets them sometimes, not sure if it's normal or not for them to get them though.


 

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