Hey everyone! Just got back from my 20wk scan and all is well and baby is healthy, so that's brilliant news. Can't help feeling disappointed by the whole thing though and just wondered what other people's experiences were? When i got in the miserable sonographer told me she'd do her measurements etc and then show me. So i laid there patiently for 20 mins unable to see but hubby was watching the monitor with interest! When she'd finished she turned the monitor and said "right, there's baby..... there's an arm...." and then switched it off and that was that! I was expecting to be shown the heart and brain and a close up of the face etc, but got to see 10 seconds and that was it! I was so taken aback by how abrupt she had been i was in a bit of a daze and could just about say "but, what about the sex? is it a boy or a girl" and she said "well you didnt ask me".... whaaaattt?? So i questioned what she meant and she said "I cant tell you, you have to ask me during the scan and you didn't". Now, not having done this before i didn't realise this! Anyway eventually after my hubby said "well, we're asking you now, is it a boy or a girl" she just said "I don't know, i couldn't tell" and that was that. Hubby even had to go running down the corridor after her to ask for a photo and all she could say was "well you didn't ask for one". I'm so pleased that baby is healthy, but so gutted about the whole experience at the same time - i didnt get to see anything or know anything - i'd thought maybe she'd tell me the height or whatever but not a word! I just wondered what other people had experienced and if this was similar or was your (NHS) 20wk scan much better? Thanks!