(Closed) Mid-Pregnancy Ultrasound — Tech unable to see gender

posted 4 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 2
2021 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I would take this as a sign to stay team green! I’m team green and so excited for delivery day!

Post # 3
648 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

Wait and see how you feel in November. If you and Fiance feel like you have been DYING to know still, find out. If not, dont 🙂 You’ll find out eventually, either way haha. 

Post # 4
3802 posts
Honey bee

FutureMrs.Cammack:  I agree with wait and see! I had my anatomy scan at 19 weeks too, and while the tech was able to make a solid guess, the baby was wiggling enough that she didn’t feel 100% confident. I am having another scan tomorrow at 23 weeks along with my usual appointment just to confirm. I personally want to prepare and be able to get some girly or boy things, but being team green seems fun too!

Post # 5
313 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

I think I’d wait, but I’m not in that position because I had the harmony test and found out at 14 weeks.  My doctor is really anti-elective/keepsake ultrasound so I’m limiting my exposure to nuchal and anatomy scans and doppler at doctor’s visits if I can help it.

Post # 7
3823 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

FutureMrs.Cammack:  my daughter played coy at our 18 week ultrasound. She was in the middle of a nap with her legs crossed and she didn’t want to be bothered lol. We came back at 22 weeks and found out her gender.

Post # 8
9544 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

Personally, I’ve loved being Team Green, so that’s my vote! I didn’t have another ultrasound, after my anatomy scan, until I was 36 weeks and at that point, you’re so close it’s more fun to wait until delivery. But if you guys still want to know in November, then go try to find out at the 3D scan!

Post # 9
1341 posts
Bumble bee

Hehe how cute. Looks like it doesn’t want you to know! Better that than getting it wrong (happened to friends of ours). Expected girl, came out a boy. 

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