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The idea, known as the ‘angle of the dangle’, suggests that you cantell what sex of baby you’re having at your first ultrasound. Wait until your 20-week anomaly scan to find out the sex of your baby you'll need to have a word with him (or her) first because if she (or he) does an impression of a wiggly worm at the scan, there's no chance of working it out.But before you get too excited, not everyone thinks it works... Your baby’s nub is its genital tube, a penis-like stump between their legs where their genitals will eventually develop. Mums chatting on our forums are interested in all those theories that claim to predict the sex of your baby before 20 weeks (and, let's face it there are plenty of them) but whether or not this one works...that's the question. To see the nub your baby needs to be lying on their side, not curled up and they need to be as flat as possible.To the untrained eye all nubs look pretty much the same but some experts say that it's possible to tell the difference between the two sexes. Is the nub theory an accurate way of predicting my baby’s sex? What's more, there’s no solid scientific research into whether or not the nub theory actually works, and that’s because most medics claim it’s just too early to accurately predict a baby’s sex at 12 weeks.I'm a radiographer with a bit of experience in sonography and i'm afraid I can't tell from scan pics what the sex is, the best way it to take an image of between their legs at 17 weeks onwards and see from there!I just read about the nub theory, its interesting but i'm not sure i'd trust it till a lot more research had been done on it!

The idea, known as the ‘angle of the dangle’, suggests that you cantell what sex of baby you’re having at your first ultrasound. Wait until your 20-week anomaly scan to find out the sex of your baby you'll need to have a word with him (or her) first because if she (or he) does an impression of a wiggly worm at the scan, there's no chance of working it out.

But before you get too excited, not everyone thinks it works... Your baby’s nub is its genital tube, a penis-like stump between their legs where their genitals will eventually develop. Mums chatting on our forums are interested in all those theories that claim to predict the sex of your baby before 20 weeks (and, let's face it there are plenty of them) but whether or not this one works...that's the question. To see the nub your baby needs to be lying on their side, not curled up and they need to be as flat as possible.

To the untrained eye all nubs look pretty much the same but some experts say that it's possible to tell the difference between the two sexes. Is the nub theory an accurate way of predicting my baby’s sex? What's more, there’s no solid scientific research into whether or not the nub theory actually works, and that’s because most medics claim it’s just too early to accurately predict a baby’s sex at 12 weeks.

I'm a radiographer with a bit of experience in sonography and i'm afraid I can't tell from scan pics what the sex is, the best way it to take an image of between their legs at 17 weeks onwards and see from there!

I just read about the nub theory, its interesting but i'm not sure i'd trust it till a lot more research had been done on it!

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