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gender told at 13 weeks

(12 Posts)
maggiethemagpie Thu 18-Jul-13 18:48:53

I was told it would probably be a girl at 11 w 2 d - now I am 29 w been told it is def a girl so they were right

akuabadoll Thu 18-Jul-13 14:54:36

I found out at 12 weeks because I had a CVS, but a friend of mine was told from scan info at around the same time in her pregnancy. Excited to find out she was having a boy (she already has a girl). That 'boy' turned out to be a girl at the next scan.

missesjellybean Thu 18-Jul-13 13:09:11

.I got told I was having a boy at 16 weeks I said to the woman are you definitely sure and she said it'd pretty rare you get in wrong with boys! grin

Kelly1814 Thu 18-Jul-13 12:56:52

i was offered unequivocally at 13 weeks. they were certain they knew.

which i assume means they could see it was a boy.

annoyed as we reallly want a surprise -i suppose we may yet get one!

rosyryan Thu 18-Jul-13 12:44:41

We were offered the info at 12 weeks with our DD. I was shocked it was so early too.

beckie90 Thu 18-Jul-13 08:59:53

They have a "nub" at 13wks, assuming she used that. It's suposed to be pretty accurate if correctly seen. But I still wouldn't put much into it yet, I do know people who were told one thing at such an early stage to find out at the 20wk it was the opposite x

Ra88 Thu 18-Jul-13 08:47:47

I always thought they couldn't tell so early on but seems quite a few people have been told this early. apparently it's easier to tell if its a boy rather than a girl. I was expecting to be waiting another 7 weeks at least to find out grin

valiumredhead Thu 18-Jul-13 08:47:21

Typos!grin

Take it with a pinch of salt

Who

valiumredhead Thu 18-Jul-13 08:46:37

I would tasks out with a pinch of salt,I know 2 people ago were told they were having boys and ended up with girlsgrin

Congratsthanks

Daffodill27 Thu 18-Jul-13 08:43:26

I always thought they couldn't tell until 16 weeks? smile

TheFantasticFixit Thu 18-Jul-13 08:43:12

A friend of mine was accurately told at 14 weeks that she was having a girl - my sonographer said that she couldn't be sure at the same time so didn't tell us. I think it's pretty safe to bank on a boy if she was so confident!

Congratulations! thanks

Ra88 Thu 18-Jul-13 08:39:56

had a scan at 13 weeks and was asked if we wanted to know what we were having .. we assumed she meant at the next scan , but she said "well let's see then ! it's pretty obvious, it's a boy!"

now we saw what she was looking at and it did seem obvious but who am I to tell what's what on a scan. how accurate would you take this? she seemed very confident.

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