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Its a...!!! P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
11th Dec '12

SEE BELOW FOR CROTCH SHOT!



Well, for one, its a VERY feisty little baby. I can now feel this baby kick from the OUTSIDE. I'll be 16 weeks tomorrow (well, today since its so damn late). I felt it a few days ago and DH felt it a couple of days before that! But, today, the DOCTOR felt it. HARD while giving me an ultrasound. I'd gone in for fluids since I'd gotten very dehydrated by awful food poisoning. All fixed up now (although all the strain in my pelvis DID weaken my cervix a little, but not enough to concern the doc since my stitch is going in next week! Down almost 3/4 of a centimeter, but still plenty long for "normal" pregnancies)



BUT, while i was suffering through an IV, I did get another peek at baby and doc got a great crotch shot and told me his opinion (which I agree with), but I figured before I reveal I'd see what the BG ultrasound experts think of the pic...



So, is the pic of a tiny p***s or a vagina? Thoughts?
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Sorry its not super sharp---it was done on a tiny portable ultrasound machine. Doc promised me good pics on his super-charged machine next week when I go for my surgery :D

.|.. Beverly Hills, California 72000 posts
11th Dec '12

Girl... can I see the profile head shot? I can possibly confirm with that.

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 2 kids; Colorado 20918 posts
11th Dec '12

That looks like a girl

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting .|..:" Girl... can I see the profile head shot? I can possibly confirm with that."


The only profile pic i have is from 12 weeks (11w6d actually) and there's no nub.



This is the only shot I got today (was just a cervical ultrasound to make sure my cervix is holding up and doc did a peek as a favor just for fun).



So, sorry, this is all you get unless you want to go see my older topics and find the 12 week profile shot---I'm too lazy :D

.|.. Beverly Hills, California 72000 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting P Pickle Pants:" The only profile pic i have is from 12 weeks (11w6d actually) and there's no nub. This is the only ... [snip!] ... So, sorry, this is all you get unless you want to go see my older topics and find the 12 week profile shot---I'm too lazy :D"


Not profile of the body ... profile of the head, the skull. lol

vagina. 3 kids; Titz, No, Germany 30923 posts
11th Dec '12

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AaliyahVal'sMommy 1 child; 1 angel baby; Cleveland, Ohio 1364 posts
11th Dec '12

Not completly sure... a boy?
You probably saw it better on the machiene.
When i was getting my daughters scan, i actually saw it before they told me and knew i was having a girl.
But i can't tell on the pics they gave me that says she's a girl.

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting .|..:" Not profile of the body ... profile of the head, the skull. lol"


Yeah..



Only profile pics I have of any kind are from 11w6d. I have no other ultrasound pics since then other than this one pic. That's it.

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting .|..:" Not profile of the body ... profile of the head, the skull. lol"

Also, not sure how a skull can tell you gender, so enlighten me :D.

.|.. Beverly Hills, California 72000 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting P Pickle Pants:" Also, not sure how a skull can tell you gender, so enlighten me :D."


Usually there is a slight yet distinct difference in bone structure between boys and girls. The head being one. Usually the boys head is almost perfectly round where the girls is usually a little bit longer (or more oval).

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting Rebecca Brown*:" Not completly sure... a boy? You probably saw it better on the machiene. When i was getting my daughters ... [snip!] ... saw it before they told me and knew i was having a girl. But i can't tell on the pics they gave me that says she's a girl."


Well, my previous two were boys and so when I was looking I was just comparing it to their ultrasounds around the same time in my head. All 3 genders have been obvious to me as soon as they popped up on screen, though :D

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20522 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting .|..:" Usually there is a slight yet distinct difference in bone structure between boys and girls. The head ... [snip!] ... head being one. Usually the boys head is almost perfect round where the girls is usually a little bit longer (or more oval)."


never heard that. I'll have to compare my previous babys' ultrasounds to the known genders---they both seemed to have very round nuggets (so did my other two with unnknown genders that were far enough along for good pics).



Hmm...

.|.. Beverly Hills, California 72000 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting P Pickle Pants:" never heard that. I'll have to compare my previous babys' ultrasounds to the known genders---they both ... [snip!] ... to have very round nuggets (so did my other two with unnknown genders that were far enough along for good pics). Hmm..."


It rang true for all 3 of mine :)

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 2 kids; Colorado 20918 posts
11th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .|..:</b>" It rang true for all 3 of mine :) The top is my only son.. the other 2 are my girls. "</blockquote>




Hm, I want to look at mine now lol

AaliyahVal'sMommy 1 child; 1 angel baby; Cleveland, Ohio 1364 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting .|..:" Usually there is a slight yet distinct difference in bone structure between boys and girls. The head ... [snip!] ... head being one. Usually the boys head is almost perfectly round where the girls is usually a little bit longer (or more oval)."

How about the pic on my page,
Does it look like the typical girls head?
I think hers is pretty round...