Im 22 Weeks and 1 day pregnant. I had a scan at 20weeks 4 days and was told i am having a Girl. I already have a boy so a girl would be nice. But i am just wondering if seeing 3 lines between the babies legs is conclusive when determining the sex. The technician said that she was 95% sure because of the 3 lines and the lack of a "Bulge"
Hi! My little girl is not just a kicker...I think she must be a gymnist or something! I just told my husband last night, "forget kicking, she does summersaults and back flips!"....BUT at least I'm not worried something is wrong because with activity like this, she is on the right track...literally!
Hello...although I know that surprises happen, in my past pregnancies, the boys were oh so obvious early on...cute little "turtle signs"...
I am now pregnant with a girl...and they showed me those three (questionable) lines, I was very uncomfortable because it wasn't something more decernable, but I had an amniocentesis at the same visit and it was confirmed and that was at 16 weeks!
So, I think that the advances in ultrasounds prevent a lot of wrong predictions but I would wait for confimation a little later on I think...my friend had a wrong prediction and bought everything for a boy and ended up with a girl so, since then, I too am nervous...because I know it CAN happen!!
Hello. I have had 2 miscarriages in the past...once I was past the first trimester my fears subsided but, it was a worry. My little girl is healthy and due the begining of March. I opted for an amniocentesis, due to my age and history (miscarriages & pre-eclampsia in my last pregnancy), and thankfully all is well at this point!
As long as I feel those movements, my worrying is replaced with anticipation! So, try to be positive and take care of yourself and baby the best you can...that's all we can do for now.
we also opted for amniocentesis because our risk factors were huge. turns out our little girl is perfectly fine. unfortunately however they started treating me for preeclampsia this week. it's way too early for that - I hear that most women deliver within 2 weeks of a diagnosis. I'm only 25 weeks along. looks like my March baby will come a lot sooner.