my best friend was meant to be a boy but when she was born without a todger everyone realised it was wrong 😂
I think it’s very rare, it’s why they can’t 100% tell you the gender.
@Ellie harder to be wrong as a boy
Eeekkkk I've never thought about this. I got a private 16 week scan & 20 week NHS scan and they both said it was a boy so fingers crossed 🤞🏻😂
My parents were told my little sister was a boy, they were shocked when she came out with no penis
I was supposed to be a boy myself so my first year of life I wore a lot of boy or gender neutral clothes 😂
Thanks for the information 🙂
It happens, they do say it's not 100% accurate
Happened to someone I know. She was told girl at 20 week scan but it turned out to be a boy.
I know someone who was told at a growth scan that it was actually a boy
But not at birth
Yes! My neice was a boy all while in my sisters belly. She went to have a c-section and came back with a baby boy. Nursery and clothes were all for a boy! 🤣
My youngest brother who’s 6 now was supposed to be a girl at 20 week nhs scan but then at a later private scan they discovered he was actuallly a boy (after loads of girls clothes had been brought!)
I think doesn’t matter where you get your scan it up to 5% chance they can be wrong because it can be hard to tell.
I’ve don’t know anyone that it happen too though. We didn’t find out, I think it exciting to find out at the birth
Yep me 😁 although baby wasn't being very cooperative, so it was tricky for them to see, I think they did their best. I wasn't bothered personally, and haven't found out the gender for any of my other pregnancies as it's so exciting find out at birth!
Plus as the 20 week scan isn't actually for finding out it gender, it's the anomaly scan to check if baby appears physically healthy or not, so you can't really expect them to focus on identifying gender I don't think.
it's quite common, there's tons of things that could affect the scan. amniotic fluid, positioning, the machine not working properly etc. in the grand scheme of things it doesn't really matter though and learning the gender is a novelty they didn't have until recently
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Yes can happen at the gender scan if they tell you it's a boy at 20 weeks, it is a boy but if they tell you it's a girl it could still be a boy xx
Yes, this happened to someone I know too. They did find out before delivery but only because they had a later scan.
Saying that, I found out at my 20 week scan I was having a girl and she was a girl x
I know one person it happened to