Updated: Feb 29
Boy Nub Explained
DO BOY NUBS LOOK THE SAME?
Males can image differently.
Some will image with a forked shape nub and this forked nub tells us that the male is slightly under developed. They can sometimes show negative space directly underneath the nub and the tip may also look flicked or sloped at an upwards angle. We also see the classic boy nub, a short scrotal line with a bright white stack on top, this is the penis in development. Sometimes we can see just scrotal line image or scrotal line with a small hint of a shadow above the nub. Early boys can also be predicted from as early as 11.6 weeks in gestation, some boys are early developers and in this case show a clear scrotal line and penis in development.
See below our examples of how boys can image