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Old Oct 5th, 2017, 12:52 PM   51
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I went and have a elective gender reveal ultrasound done at 15 weeks but she wasn't qualified to give me measurements or even tell me if that's how far along he looked I wish I knew how to post a picture on here and I would post it so you could see
Finally figured out how to post a picture. This was at my 15 week elective gender reveal (“fun” scan)



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Old Oct 5th, 2017, 15:09 PM   52
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Zebracakes, I hope this thread has put your mind at ease. I can understand the worry. I worry about everything and if I have nothing to worry about I seem to find something.

I think it sounds like you are right on where the doctor said you were. Here's hoping you get to meet baby soon!

PS Shout out to this community for being awesome and understanding to each other!



 
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Old Oct 5th, 2017, 17:35 PM   53
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I went and have a elective gender reveal ultrasound done at 15 weeks but she wasn't qualified to give me measurements or even tell me if that's how far along he looked I wish I knew how to post a picture on here and I would post it so you could see
Finally figured out how to post a picture. This was at my 15 week elective gender reveal (“fun” scan)
Can I just say, that is an awesome 3D pic!! You can fully see the whole womb, placenta and baby - amazing! I’ve never seen anything like that (even at my scans, they have pointed out the placenta area before, but it’s never looked like much). What a great pic to have .



 
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Old Oct 5th, 2017, 17:54 PM   54
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Zebracakes, I hope this thread has put your mind at ease. I can understand the worry. I worry about everything and if I have nothing to worry about I seem to find something.

I think it sounds like you are right on where the doctor said you were. Here's hoping you get to meet baby soon!

PS Shout out to this community for being awesome and understanding to each other!
Yes it has! And this is such a great place to come ask questions and read other people’s posts. A very kind and considerate group indeed!!!



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Old Oct 5th, 2017, 17:55 PM   55
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I went and have a elective gender reveal ultrasound done at 15 weeks but she wasn't qualified to give me measurements or even tell me if that's how far along he looked I wish I knew how to post a picture on here and I would post it so you could see
Finally figured out how to post a picture. This was at my 15 week elective gender reveal (“fun” scan)
Can I just say, that is an awesome 3D pic!! You can fully see the whole womb, placenta and baby - amazing! I’ve never seen anything like that (even at my scans, they have pointed out the placenta area before, but it’s never looked like much). What a great pic to have .
Thank you! She did a very good job capturing the images.. she didn’t get the gender right at that scan tho. She said he was a girl and at the anatomy scan we found out he was actually a boy lol.. but it was worth it just being able to get the pictures and see him.



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Old Oct 5th, 2017, 19:12 PM   56
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I've heard it can be hard to tell gender that early (before 20ish weeks), so that may be why.
I know someone else who got told the wrong gender at 16 weeks (was told boy), then found out just after 20 weeks it was actually a girl.
Good thing you had another scan and didn't base it off that one .



 
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