DS was correct as of the 20week scan. There was no denying it with the full potty shot he gave us at the scan.
Belly bub we find out in a few weeks at the scan.. Hoping for a girl but I can totally understand being a bit paranoid about it being wrong etc.
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20-04-2013 12:29 #31
20-04-2013 12:56 #32
There was no denying DS was a boy....could clearly see his boy bits on his ultrasounds.
This time around I am super paranoid. Been told its a girl BUT she has been extremely stubborn and here I am at 37 weeks and we havent gotten the clear spread-legged shot. OB is certain its a girl but without that clear shot Im very nervous. Guess I'll find out soon enough. If it is a boy Im not worried about having to change the clothes or the nursery (which has alot of pink) ..Im worried cos DP and I cant agree on a boys name at all.
20-04-2013 14:18 #33
I have just had my 28 week growth scan and he re checked still a girl he said 100%
20-04-2013 15:20 #34Senior Member
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Correct 4 times, and I was sooo sure I was having a girl the first time, and that one of the twins was a girl. But no, they were right, all boys!
20-04-2013 15:57 #35
Correct 4times for me...
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20-04-2013 15:59 #36
21-04-2013 09:18 #37
Having been told this one is a boy, it's quite reassuring that all the incorrect scan predictions have been 'girls' who turned out to be boys. That's why DD's ultrasound tech would only conirm with 70% confidence that she was a she - they said it is a lot easier to mistake a boy for a girl than the other way around. In DDs case they could see absolutely nothing and were worried there was a chance boy bits were just tucked up out of view.
I kept everything quite gender neutral for her just in case but this time I've been having too much fun, after 5 years of girls stuff, getting boy things (and blue is my own favourite colour!).
21-04-2013 09:28 #38
All of ours were correct. We didn't mind if we found out or not and with our first the technician couldn't see due to cord placement and legs firmly shut, but he still said he was 51% opting for a boy - and he was right, though we just bought neutral things as it could have been either way.
21-04-2013 09:38 #39
I had my dating scan at 14 and a bit weeks (long story) we were told a boy but it wasn't 100% as I was only 14 weeks... So at the 20week scan we asked for the gender again... They said girl!!! I had to have 3 more scan after the 20wk one and they all said girl.... And now I have a beautiful 18mo Girl!
21-04-2013 10:01 #40Member
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Sixteen week scan told it was a boy, went for 20 week scan and was told actually it was indeed a girl but bub wouldn't lay in the right position so have to go back on Tuesday for a rescan and a double check on the gender! Even at 16 weeks when we were told it was a boy, DP was and still is convinced it's a little girl. I have no clue!
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