At a 16 week ultra sound the tech pointed out three white lines and said that it is a girl. At my 20 week the tech couldn't get a very good shot, but she thought it was a girl; she never put those pictures on my cd. I guess with everything I have read about an ultra sound possibly being wrong I'm worried I will have to return all this pink! So do you think I can be sure of a girl????
If you had 2 techs tell you girl I would feel fairy confident, especially at those gestations, but they can be wrong so don't take your tags off all the clothes. Will you get anymore ultrasounds? Good luck & congrats!
I found out with both my kids at 16 wks. First was a boy(very obvious), and now my lil girl who is due feb 1st.
If they saw the three lines than you should be in the clear, a little boy part would be quite noticeable.
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