I had a normal pregnancy with my son so we only got two ultrasounds.
It doesn’t happen often (around 2% of the time), but I suppose that doesn’t matter to the few women it happens to, including this This poor woman.
And if you do become pregnant, how accurate are your typical drugstore pregnancy tests? But, he still warns that their accuracy depends on human error. They frequently depend on the first morning urine, but if the patient has been drinking a lot of liquid — it could dilute the hormone.
And if it’s too low on the urine test, it will be a false positive.
“Cell-free DNA is probably 95% plus correct and ultrasound depends on who’s doing it. there’s 90% to 95% certainty on gender.” Pregnancy and birth control by the numbers In fact, gender determination isn’t the only thing surrounding fertility that isn’t precise.
Despite everyone’s concerns about effectiveness, birth control methods can have a range of success rates.