- 2 years ago
I’m not really good with nub theory, but from what I can see in your photo, and what I know, I am saying boy.
I’m saying girl.
It’s too early to tell. 16 to 18 weeks is the best time to see b or g parts.
I see two legs and a cord…Where is the nub?
Yea, I don’t see a nub, lol. I’ll guess boy, but I have a 50% chance of being right :p
Looks like boy by skull theory 🙂
Post this photo on in-gender.com under “gender prediction” forum and you’ll get a response from a few ultrasound techs.
There is no nub or lower spine in this picture.
the nub is the little faint horizontal line that looks abit like a fork at the end of the rump under the leg. i thought girl from what ive read of the nub theory but not sure 🙂
rickhurst35: …I don’t see how you are debating this. Have you looked at the links provided on this thread? There is actual science behind the theory. Calling it non-sense is pretty ignorant..
This method of sex prediction is not a matter of chance. There is actual reasoning behind how the “nub” looks that can help determine sex. Just as at the 16-20 week ultrasounds the tech looks for “three lines” or other markers for sex, there are markers at this point in pregnancy that can be looked at as well.