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    Anon_136196 posted:
    18W5D

    My first born is a boy. His ultrasound picture looked a lot different than this one. My first born's clearly showed a pee tom and sac together. I don't see both in this ultrasound.

    Shouldn't this show a sac?
     
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    Spartan_Mommy responded:
    The quality, and what is shown in ultrasound pictures, all depends on the angle of the ultrasound and the angle of the baby. If you have concern, take the picture back to the doctor and ask them to interpret it for you.


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