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I had a 3d4d sonogram at 19 wks and was told im having a boy. I just left my doctors office at 27 weeks and might be having a girl. I go in for another 3d4d on Wednesday to make sure but im freaking out. Has anybody had this happen before?
If you were my patient, I would advise you that this happens ALL THE TIME!
Ultrasound isn't perfect and often babies are not very cooperative. When you go in for your next one, the baby might feel like showing off for you so that you could get the best two out of three. I would suggest saving tags on your clothes too! =)
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