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    Default 16week Gender Reveal

    Hi Guys,

    Just wanting an opinion, hubby and I went for a gender scan at 16w and 5days.
    The tech said boy, this is our first boy after being blessed with two girls.

    I know what girls look like on the ultrasound screen.. But just wondering if this, in everyone's experience is a boy?

    I don't want to buy too much blue to find out that he's a she..

    Thank-you!!

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    Is there a picture?

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    I've tried to post a pic, but it won't let me?
    Do you know how? I'm only on my phone.

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    Let me know if this has worked. 😊
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    Could someone please reply?

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    I looks boyish but I'd hold off til you 19-20 week scan before buying too much blue just to be safe.

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    Thanks 😊

    I've uploaded one of the 4d pictures, just hoping it's not his umbilical cord.

    I know I'm silly for "worrying" about this, as hubby and I will love bub regardless.

    But I would like to get an opinion, I'm not good at this boy stuff.. Haha
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    Looks pretty boyish to me, especially the first pic (eek but I'd hate to tell you that and be wrong!). We could see DS was a DS and not a DD pretty clearly by 16 weeks

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    I guess I'm out of touch with this whole boy thing.. Haha..

    I know my girls didn't look like this as they had a little "M", hubby says I should stop overthinking because the lady knew what she was talking about and she didn't hesitate in the slightest and was very confident.

    I've got my morphology scan in a couple of weeks, so I'll get them to double check then.
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    Looks like a little boy to me

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