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HELP! is it a boy or a gilr?

i had my ultrasound at 16 weeks and i want to make sure if its a boy or a girl. my doctor said its a boy but i took the online quisez and it tells me im having a girl. can you please give me your opinion? i would really appreciate it. thanks! i will attach the ultrasound pictures with this questions so you can take a look at them.
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134578 tn?1614729226
Can't tell what I'm looking at in your ultrasound.  For what it's worth, I would tend to believe a doctor who was looking at the ultrasound over an online quiz.
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1194973 tn?1385503904
It's really tiny, but I think it also looks like its a boy. I don't personally trust online quizzes because they don't mean much. They have a 50/50 chance of being right no matter what. You should get a proper 20 week scan to check growth and measurements and they can tell you again for sure what the gender is.
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102086 tn?1190509446
Boy
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Thanks for your opinions guys :) and clysta i would love too! but my doctor refuses to give me another one because my insurance doesnt cover that. so i dont think i will be getting one soon and i want to start buying stuff but im scared that it will turn out to be a girl.
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296076 tn?1371334474
keep the receipts
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1194973 tn?1385503904
Hm. Its odd they would have done it at 16 weeks then. Who knows. But anyways. Just keep all the receipts and if it does by chance come out a girl you could return it. You could also buy gender neutral things for all the large stuff.
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