By Claire Toureille For Mailonline. A mother of two sons who was thrilled to be welcoming her first daughter was left shocked when a third boy arrived, after a gender scan mistake. Lauren Keen, 26, from Bradford, West Yorkshire, spent hundreds of pounds on pink items for her first daughter, including personalised clothes, only to deliver another boy, her son Dexter. The mother and her partner Karl Nunn were stunned when midwives handed them their newborn, who they had already named Marilyn - only to discover their third baby wasn't the daughter they were expecting. The couple were thrown into a 'rollercoaster of emotions' after spending hundreds of pounds on pink accessories and clothes. They were then faced with an impossible decision to make within a matter of minutes, because Lauren had previously asked to be sterilised following the delivery because further pregnancies would put her at risk.
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Last Updated on April 3, If you are reading this, we take it that you are 10 weeks pregnant. Your doctor may suggest an ultrasound scan around this time to make sure that your baby is healthy and is developing normally. An ultrasound, also called a sonogram, will help create a picture of your baby on a monitor with the help of sound waves. Read on to know why you need an ultrasound scan at 10 weeks of your pregnancy and how it is performed.
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Usually the earliest point you can tell the sex of a baby from a scan is 20 weeks, but like the Ramzi Theory , this quirky theory says you can tell the sex of your baby at your very first ultrasound. The Nub Theory is based on the hypothesis that you can predict the sex of your baby based on the angle of their genital tubercle. According to this theory, the angle of the nub will indicate whether a baby is a boy or girl. The nub is at a much steeper angle upwards from the spine, indicating that this could be a baby boy. That includes not having their legs closed!
How was your Babybond Ultrasound Direct experience? Maternity belly bar or just take it out? Hi Guys After a little scare I had a private scan at 13 weeks to check all was good with my little bub.