Had our anatomy scan yesterday @ 17 weeks.
Baby was measuring exactly 17 weeks.
The tech we had was really experienced, hes been doing this work for over 35 years he said.
Within a few mins of scanning he showed us in between the baby's legs and there was nothing there, nothing sticking out.
He took a good look and said it's a girl.. throughout the ultrasound he said "she" and in the end I asked him "So.. we can go ahead and buy pink now?" and he said "yeah go ahead".
We didnt get no potty shot, we do have a dvd but he only started recording towards the end of the scan.
I dont want to spend $75 for a 15mins gender scan
But i might have to?
I'm in the same situation. We had a scan at 17+4 and were told girl 70% but were showed no lines. Tomorrow is our 20 week scan sk we'll see what they say then. Our sonographer said she was pretty definite and we could see nothing between the legs but i can't help but wonder! However, my friend was told girl at 20 weeks, showed 3 white lines and at about 30 weeks found out it was in fact a boy!! Xxx
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