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At my NT scan we were able to see some pretty obvious anatomy. The tech said she couldn't guarantee it, but she was very confident that we were having a boy.
Has anyone else found out so early and then been told differently later?
I had an ultrasound at 14 weeks 5 days and my doctor guessed boy. I have my anomoly scan on May 3rd, so I will know for sure if my doctor was right. I'll let you know!
Congrats! We had an ultrasound at 17.5 weeks and they said 90% sure it was a girl. At 22 weeks they confirmed.
Usually they're more comfortable saying it's a boy, because it's easier to prove that 'something' is there than to prove that 'something' is not there.
WashingtonQueen:I would not trust that at 13 weeks. The earliest you can even think about being able to tell is 15 weeks. At 13 weeks, everything still looks the same on a male and female.
THIS. there's even the whole "angle of the dangle" theory to try to distinguish the thing you see at 13 weeks!!
Thanks for the input everyone! We are just window shopping for now & waiting patiently for the 18 week u/s. The u/s was done with a high resolution u/s by a perinatology u/s tech. There was a lot of definition. :-)
The perinatologist who reviewed the u/s also referred to the baby as our son, so that's a good sign.
I'm fine either way - I absolutely love having a little girl & I'd love for her to have a sister, but I think DH will be a little sad if it is another girl.