View Poll Results: Was your 18-20 week scan correct with telling the sex of your little bubba?

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Thread: Was your 18-20week scan correct with telling the sex of your little bubba? *Poll*

  1. #55

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    None of mine were wrong, all right in the 5 out of 7 that we found out with . Mind you with 3 of them i got scanned every appointment and my OB is a high risk OB and a specialist scan technician so i would not expect her to get it wrong when shes scanning me every week of two lol. I did question her a couple of times and she was very confident in telling me she was definitely not wrong on the sex lol (i had dreams you see, that they came out the opposite sex so i had to ask lol)

  2. #56

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    No, not many of us here which is good to see. Was told at 20 weeks we were having a DD. Then at 34 weeks we were having a DS, he did have a birth defect in the way so this may have been not all the sonographers fault

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    All 3 were correct...

  4. #58

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    Sorry to be the one saying something else. We were told at 19 weeks by the head sonographer 'if you were my wife I'd be buying pink' only to have our son born 21 odd weeks later! The funny thing was we didn't check for at least 5 minutes!

    But it doesn't happen very often, out experienced midwife said it had only happened once before to her.

  5. #59

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    Two very clear shots of the naughty bits, I didn't need the sonographer to tell me I could see them both clearly myself.

    In fact, judging by the angle of dangle we knew at 12 weeks with our daughter, but we didn't rush out to buy pink based on it.

    if you are slim (the sonographer called me a nice see-through woman, lol) and your baby is positioned properly you can get a definitive answer.


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    Jude 07/10/2008 | Lilac 16/06/2011

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    Two friends of friends had been told wrong. Didn't find out mistake til birth.
    One I found funny because she was a control freak.
    One was in a bed next to people who had had the opposite mistake so they swapped girly gifts for boyish gifts.

    I have never found out. I have guessed wrongly twice.
    I'm now trying to decide if for our last pregnancy I talk hubby into finding out.

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    Double post

  8. #62

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    Yes - DD really was DD!


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