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    How accurate is the double marker test, NT blood test for gender determination?

    Hello all..
    Papp-A beta HCG and nuchal measurement and baby gender?? Is it accurate?

    I have been reading a bit about the NT screening results correlating with gender.
    Mine were:

    Nuchal measurement- 2.32mm.
    NT MoM- 1.27.
    Papp-A 5.9 mIu/ml corr 1.33 MoM.
    Free Beta HCG- 20.3 ng/ml corr 0.67 MoM.

    Basically HCG & Papp- A below 1 and NT MoM above 0.97 seems to lean boy.. This looks like typical boy numbers:-(
    I couldn't control myself when I read about it, literally tears started to flow down my cheeks..

    Does anyone have their NT screening results and confirmed gender?
    That would make me a little free and calm.

    Thanks!

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    Here's a thread on it. https://www.genderdreaming.com/forum...ys-gender.html

    Please try to keep in mind that these things are just AVERAGES. They're like height. If someone told you "5 foot 6 inches tall" that might be slightly more likely to be a woman than a man, but you can't tell someone's gender from knowing how tall they are. Even a person who is 6 feet tall can be a woman, even a person who is 5 feet tall can be a man. And most people fall in the middle somewhere. You just can't tell based on these numbers alone what your baby's gender is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atomic sagebrush View Post
    Here's a thread on it. https://www.genderdreaming.com/forum...ys-gender.html

    Please try to keep in mind that these things are just AVERAGES. They're like height. If someone told you "5 foot 6 inches tall" that might be slightly more likely to be a woman than a man, but you can't tell someone's gender from knowing how tall they are. Even a person who is 6 feet tall can be a woman, even a person who is 5 feet tall can be a man. And most people fall in the middle somewhere. You just can't tell based on these numbers alone what your baby's gender is.
    Thank you atomic..
    I already read the whole thread linked above and then posted this new thread as there is some accuracy in the study.. I really hope it doesn't hold true in my case!

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