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QUESTION: Could my baby’s gender be wrong?
“So I just had my gender reveal party. Supposedly, I’m having a boy. But I’m only 23 weeks, and the gender was told to my revealer when I was 21 weeks. Could there be a possibility that my reveal was wrong? My grandpa did one of the old wives’ tales reveals and said the baby was going to be a girl. I’m confused. My next appointment won’t be until June to find out if the baby’s gender is for sure a boy.”
The following top answers have been selected by a moderator from hundreds of responses to the original question.
“Oh girl, an old wives tale is just for fun and not at all accurate. I’d say the ultrasound is correct and it’s a boy.”
“I had ultrasounds for both of mine at 15/16 weeks and they were both correct.”
“They told my Mom I was a boy. Big surprise when I came out a girl. Which wives tale did your grandfather do? My Mom always did the ring above the belly on me, my sister, and our friends and was never wrong.”
“There’s always a chance that they misread something on an ultrasound. But it’s more of a chance that your grandpa’s diagnosis is the wrong one.”
“Trust in God for a healthy baby. Whatever it is I know it will make you happy.”
“I had a DNA test at 11 weeks and an ultrasound a little later and both were accurate. For reference I have 4 boys and 1 girl, and wouldn’t change a thing. Be happy that you have a healthy baby.”
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