The kind of crazy thing is that I could call my RE and find out the sex today if I wanted since they obviously know which embryo we transferred. I had 5 to start with and was told it was a mix of both, but i didn't ask for more info than that. We'll find out, but I'd like to wait a while because I don't want to know the sex if we have another first tri loss.
We will be finding out the sex. I just can't wait that long but I think it's super cool for the people that can! We found out with DS and I just sobbed with joy during the ultrasound after we found out. It was such a memorable moment!
We will be finding out. I had the Panorama test done last time around and will do it again this time. We should know by about 13-14 weeks. I admire anyone who can hold out!
With my 10 week loss, we had planned to do the panorama testing at 11 or 12 weeks too. I don't know about this time though. I've got a CCS tested embryo, so is that testing useful? I'm not sure...
I am not personally experienced with embryo testing but my cousin had their embryos PGS tested so they didn't need to do the panorama and I believe PGS and CCS are basically the same. My understanding is the PGS tests for pretty much all of the same chromosomal things.
We will find out. Had harmony done last time, but it was due to a complication, my office doesn't normally offer it and I had it done at the MFM in place of a CVS. If I can't convince them to send me for it this time, hopefully sans complications, I might go to Quest. If not we'll do an elective ultrasound around 15-16 weeks. Waiting until 20 weeks might kill my husband.
Post by lilrubberduckie on Mar 14, 2017 20:23:34 GMT -5
Team green. With dd we were also team green, I did think I saw that she was a girl for .002 seconds at the anatomy scan last time but didn't know for sure. Since one ultrasound is all we get, it's easier once we made it through that without seeing/asking. We did say if I accidentally saw this time we would make sure to find out for sure because it killed me last time thinking I knew it was a girl but not knowing if I really saw or not. I hope we don't see as it was so much fun checking when she was born. I cry every time watching the video and hearing our voices say it's a girl. 😭
Post by blabbermouth on Mar 14, 2017 21:23:23 GMT -5
We'll find out when we can, at the 20 week ultrasound I guess. We're not super fussed and it's not going to be all blue or all pink either way, but I just want to know. I mean, we might as well take advantage of technological advances where we can, right?
Post by whoopsadaisy on Mar 14, 2017 22:25:07 GMT -5
This is a debate in our house. DH is desperate to know, but we were team green with DS and I loved it and want to do that again. When DS was born, no one said anything about the sex right away and the nurse was carrying him over to the warmer and DH looked over and said, "It's a boy!" Such a cool moment! DH thinks that DS will adjust better if we are able to talk about his "brother" or "sister." IDK - there are so few surprises left in life and DS is 21 months, it's going to be a rough time no matter what.
Post by diamondsndaisies on Mar 17, 2017 13:34:36 GMT -5
XH and I found out with DD at the anatomy scan . DH refuses to find out before hand and we waited with the girls until they were born. I told him this time I refused to wait but promised that I wouldn't tell a soul what it was once I found out.
Post by fknhostile on Mar 17, 2017 18:32:56 GMT -5
We plan on finding out. I wish I had the patience for team green!
We usually go get an early scan at 14 weeks. The place is so nice and the woman is so sweet. I'm excited to visit her again.
But because of our loss, we will be able to find out via blood test at 10weeks. MH wants to know then but I want to wait for the scan. I feel like it won't be as much fun finding out over the phone, you know?
We are team blue! It's a boy 😊 we did a little mini sex reveal at the end of DS's 3rd birthday party today. The last gift we had him open was full of blue balloons. We are pretty stoked to have 2 little guys running around!
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