The position of the developing fetus' bladder is very key when identifying a baby's gender using nub theory. A females bladder lies just slightly under the Nub/Developing clitoris whereas a males bladder lies slightly lower in comparison. We use spine line along with the baby's nub and bladder to identify the angle in which we find. This is scientifically proven and when clear can hold up to 99% accuracy in identifying the sex of a baby as young as 12 weeks. Please see below an example of a 2d scan of a baby girl and baby boy around 12 weeks gestation and the scientific findings in comparison.
If you would like to see some examples of confirmed baby girls and baby boys, in which you can see the babies bladders correctly identified by us here at Early Glimpse, please do take a look at our confirmation gallery on the site. It is not always easy to identify bladder in a 2d scan, however we use high resolution technology here to analyse in depth and change the lighting in such a way that we can be confident of your baby's bladder position, this therefore adds to the percentage of confidence in your gender report.
Here you can see exactly how bladder is very important when identifying a developing clitoris. As you can see the angle is parallel and below 30 degrees in both images.
Here you can see in comparison to the female a male bladder lies lower and therefore creates a much higher angle, which will be above 30 degrees when going to the tip of the nub/ developing penis.
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