Yes, I have pics, but I never knew what he thought he saw - really looks like the cord to me and the place I went for the 19week scan said that the shot the doctor thought was boy parts wasn't even between the legs! I don't have the pics here at work, will look for them at home and try to post
I know that parts don't develop until 11 weeks (or so I have read). I know a girl on here who was told boy at 11 weeks and just found out at 18 weeks that she is having a girl. I wouldn't go buy any blue yet. Give it a couple of weeks until you get a really good picture! :)
Between 10w-13w6d the ultrasound techs can tell gender by how the genitals are lining up with the spine (parallel = boy, perpendicular = girl...if I remember correctly) There are no organs outside the body at this point. There have been scientific studies done though and they are about 95% accurate at gender prediction at this age range using this technique. We participated in one study and they were right. My guess is that you need have a tech who is familiar with these studies.
I had an u/s at 12 weeks and saw things my 2 girls didn't have!! I asked the tech who I had for the girls and she said she'd only been wrong once at 12 weeks!!It would be nice to have a boy in the mix.However I will wait until my next u/s to be very sure!!
at 12 weeks my DR said he was pretty sure he saw boy parts and girl parts and at 15 weeks he verified he did indeed see girl parts and boy parts and look at my pictures....he was right I have a boy and a girl
Hi, I had a scan at 12wks and 4 dys. the tech said it was a lil boy. She also said that by 12 weeks the organs are developed. Only the scrotum of the boy is visable!!! I am still so excited to get my 18 week scan, just to confirm!!!
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