Hi everyone. Went for my 16 week scan today, everything was perfect. Wasn't expecting to find out the sex, but the doctor asked so we said ok and he thought it looks like a boy, but can't be certain. He showed me his bits, and it looked all boy. Is it possible to still have the nub at 16 weeks as the doc said it could still be early to tell as I'm 16 weeks, so is there a chance it could still be a girl? Just thought I'd ask We have our gender scan on Saturday, so will know more then. x
Proudmummy - How exciting, gl for your next scan, until then we're still guessing!! If the tech wasn't sure at your scan then there is till a chance of a girl aybe, hope you get a nice surprise soon xx
p.s. Girl nubs have usually stayed flat at 16 weeks so if there was a bump then it could well be a bluey this time!!!
Hi, i dont quite understand what this nub is that i am looking for!! ha ha
I have 1 pic on my avatar but i have another, but i dont know how to attach another!!
It is a very different picture to my avatar.
Would really love to know what to look for as i cant wait another 7 weeks!!
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