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Old Jul 14th, 2017, 17:59 PM   11
Natasha2605
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I'd Also say that looks more boy. I had a gender scan at 15+6, this is my boy for comparison



If they know what they are looking for then 15 weeks is not too early.

Do you have Facebook? There's a great group on there called "strictly nub theory". They'll be happy to look at your pic and offer opinion. All 26 of them guessed my baby's gender from the 12 week nub.



 
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Old Jul 14th, 2017, 18:28 PM   12
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15 weeks is too early to be told with any certainty. To avoid putting yourself through this angst you should really wait until 20 weeks when it is more obvious.



 
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Old Jul 15th, 2017, 16:43 PM   13
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Ooo tough call. Considering it's there, not there... it could be the cord. But yeah I just don't know. One pic looks like it's floating not attached. I'd lean boy but wouldn't be betting on it. Sorry! I attached my boy's Willy at 16w3d.

Looked at your pics again I think boy but yeah so tough



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Old Jul 15th, 2017, 22:26 PM   14
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I agree with previous posters on it being a bit early, and def think another scan is needed to be truly sure.
However, what I can say is that I'm pregnant with my second boy, and the penis/nub was HEAPS more obvious in both scans at 12/13 weeks with my boys, compared to what I see in your scan pictures. In fact, it was meant to be a surprise this time, but when I saw the protruded nub looking exactly like my first sons, I knew it was a boy (which I then confirmed with our blood tests results that also tested gender).
Not that you still couldn't also be having a boy, but from my experience I'd want to be a bit more sure. You'll have to post the official results once confirmed. It will certainly be cool if you're right!



 
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Old Jul 15th, 2017, 22:54 PM   15
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The first pic looks girl, with the cord floating.
The second is a bad angle, I think.



 
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Old Jul 16th, 2017, 00:08 AM   16
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Can you post your 12-13 week pics incase theres a nub showing



 
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Old Jul 16th, 2017, 11:07 AM   17
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Im gonna say boy



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Old Jul 16th, 2017, 12:46 PM   18
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I'm torn, second pic looks girl to me but third more boy could just be a bad angle, I'd definitely want it confirming.



 
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Old Jul 16th, 2017, 17:30 PM   19
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I will disagree in saying 15 weeks is too early. I had my gender scan at 14w5d (15w by LMP) and she was def. a girl. I will say if you have a good tech they will take plenty of time to show and explain what you are looking at. Our tech did great and for sure knew what she was doing.



 
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Old Jul 16th, 2017, 19:42 PM   20
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Both of my girls I was told girl at 13.5 weeks, and confirmed with both girls at 14-15 weeks. And this baby the tech knew from 13.5 weeks but I'm team yellow so have no clue which it is!

That said your pics are completely unclear and I'd ask for a rescan!



 
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