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So, I just received my combined blood test/ultrasound results from my NT scan last week. It basically had lots of numbers on it that I didn't understand...fortunately the doctor highlighted "within normal range" for me and also called to tell me everything looked ok (whew!)
Anyway, in trying to understand the results, I came across a few articles/posts from others that said you could tell gender based on your free beta hcg MoM level?? Apparently, this number tends to be higher in girls versus boys, though I have no idea what the cutoff level is...I saw 1.00 MoM level being a cutoff, with girls tending to be 1.085 and higher...my free beta hcg MoM was 1.21.
Has anyone else ever heard about this or know anything more about it? I'm still slightly confused...