My sister was told she was having a girl up until 3 weeks before He was born.. however this was 12 years ago.
I have only known 1 person that was told wrong that was 7 years ago and on a military base. My husband has always asked the ultrasound tech how many times they have been wrong and this is baby #3 and they have been right everytime. We only know this time they are right because we had blood work done because of Trisomy 18 scare and it tells the sex of baby via DNA 99.9% a girl!
My mom does ultrasound and she always says "I would bet my paycheck it is a girl/boy". If you are really worried have a little fun with the tech and see if they would bet their paycheck. Also at 19 weeks all the parts should be in the right places so I would say pretty accurate. Hopefully you will have another scan at 32 weeks to check and make sure baby is right way and placenta is in correct place. Just ask them to look again or anytime you have a scan is not like they aren't already there looking.
22 years ago we were told my sister was "for sure" a boy! Ultrasounds have advanced since then however! Lol.
My friend was told she was having a girl then she had boy and one of my coworker was today she was having twins boy's then she ended up having only one girl so sometimes don't trust 100% this technology!
2 years ago my mom was told boy then girl
2 years ago my friend had two separate ultrasounds where they said it was a girl. Came out a boy and they were really surprised.
My friend was told her whole prgnancy she was having a boy then she gave birth and it was a girl...
I had an ultrasound 2 weeks ago. And doc said it was a boy but was only 80% sure. Then we did an anatomy scan day before valentine's and tech said it was a girl. she said she doesn't know what doc was looking at lol. So after that appointment we went to do a 3d and they also confirmed a girl =). My whole pregnancy I always thought it was a girl. So I guess my intuition was rite. P.S. I'm 20 weeks
I'm on my 4th pregnancy. This is the first time I've ever gotten a wrong sex result. I got a 3D ultrasound at 14 weeks saying I was having a boy (good thing I did) because when I was 19 weeks I had the official anatomy scan and I was told I was having a girl. Of course my husband and I were confused so we went to another place and they CLEARLY saw the weiner between the legs, and so has EVERY other tech since then who has scanned this baby. I'm 8 months now and had I never gotten the 14 week 3D ultrasound, I'd have never known that the tech was wrong at my 19 week scan. That's scary to think about
At my anatomy scan, the tech was only 60% sure it's a girl. A little later she got a clearer view and bumped up her guess to 75% sure. I did a 3d/4d scan with my mom when I went home to visit a couple weeks later and that tech was pretty sure it's a girl too. This pregnancy is completely different from the one with my son, so I've been thinking girl from the very beginning anyway.
I know someone that had the genetic testing done and they told her it was was a girl needless to say at her sonogram 2 weeks ago she found out she was having a boy... she said the first thing she saw was a penis lol
Both my pregnancies have been vastly different but we have had 4 confirmations that we are having boy #3