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There is a way to tell based on the angle of the protrusion that's seen, but ALL babies at that stage have a protrusion so don't get to excited yet. If she measured the angle between the spine and the baby's genitals then she may be right but otherwise she thinks that's a penis and it may not be.
FWIW, I was told at 12 weeks that I had a girl... he's SO not a girl.
Thats waaaaay to early... That NP needs to crack a book and learn about fetal development.
Just coming back for an update-
We had our 18 week ultrasound last week. Low and behold... it's a GIRL!!!!!!
So, it confirms that it was wayyyy too early at 11 weeks for the NP to tell me boy. (she apologized for being wrong but I said no biggie. We knew that being that early there was room for error.)
The OB did my 18 week scan and he's been right with my other 2 children so I feel confident that it's a girl.
We are so excited!!!
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