So I thought my Bub was a boy based on nub theory, but we found out girl at our 19 week scan! I am wondering if the thing that I thought was a nub (sticky out bit) was actually part of the cord/leg and the real nub is that white line just beneath it that looks much more girly?
Out of interest I'm wondering if Any nub experts here care to offer the expertise on which is the real nub?
I know the 19 week scan is much more accurate than nub theory but it was a huge (and amazingly awesome) shock as I was so sure we were having another boy!
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23-02-2016 08:17 #1
Nub vs 19 week scan
23-02-2016 08:31 #2
I can't see the pic, not sure if it's just an issue with my app though
23-02-2016 08:40 #3
Hmm that's weird! I will upload it again ETA not as good quality as the first pic as I had to take a photo of a photo on my phone.
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23-02-2016 08:44 #4
I can't read nubs on ultrasounds to save my life 😂
based on the first pic attached (second one doesn't load for me), I would've said a boy too.
congrats on your little girl!!
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23-02-2016 09:29 #5
Thanks turquoise! I'm no expert either but I felt so sure
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23-02-2016 10:19 #6
Looks like the ultrasound was too far over to one side for the nub to be shown (can see a leg so it mustn't be in the centre), but in any case congrats on your girl!
23-02-2016 10:24 #7
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23-02-2016 10:55 #9
Not the long white line at the bottom (spine) but the brighter white line to the top of the circle that is a little forked
23-02-2016 11:00 #10
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