Dear Ms. Ultrasound,
I was delighted to find you when I googled dreams and ultrasounds.
I have two children and with each child I dreamed what I was having and all my dreams were correct. With my daughter (first child) I thought I was having a boy but had several dreams where I saw a girl and sure enough I had a girl. With my son same thing, had a dream he was a boy and boy he is.
I am currently pregnant with my 3rd baby. I have had dreams where I was holding a boy and had three ultrasounds, two at 14 weeks and one at 16 weeks, and the ultrasound techs said they aren't very sure but think it's a girl. All ultrasounds show a protrusion in one angle or from one view and a linear line in another angle so they are not 100% sure but they both said they think it's a girl.
After I had the last sonogram I had another dream, that I had a miscarriage and when I picked the baby up I looked at the genitals and saw the baby had a small penis and I said to myself how could they mistake this for a girl?
Are dreams always very accurate? What's the accuracy rate and could the ultrasounds be wrong?
Many thanks in advance, I look forward to hearing back from you.
I am glad you found my site and info about the predictive power of dreams surrounding a pregnancy. My research shows a high accuracy rate with dreams of gender. John's Hopkins did a small study a few years ago. They studied over 100 women. Each woman was asked about her intuition and her dreams. The results were astounding. 100% accuracy on dreams of gender and 71% accuracy about intuitions on gender.
As far as the ultrasound...yes the gender results may be wrong. I think I would go with your dreams on this one. Your track record is good and the dreams have the feel of a predictive dream.
If you remember let me know one way or another, especially if you have a boy.
-- Jane RDMS