Whats the earliest week in pregnancy that you can find out the gender of your baby?
It's 15 weeks!
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Answer . 1 week after your missed period. A blood test can detect the HCG levels in your blood then
The earliest would be 8 dpo (days past ovulation). But that's pretty rare.
more than one missed period in a row.
Well, this is quite the tricky question to answer! Technically if you look at a week-by-week calendar of pregnancy you will notice that the first week of pregnancy is your wee…k of ovulation (before you conceive!). So if you count the day that you conceived as your first day of pregnancy you are actually about 3 weeks along! I will try to find some links that do a better job of explaining this! . http://www.pregnancy-info.net/week1.html . http://kidshealth.org/parent/pregnancy_calendar/week1.html
Sexing a chick is quite a difficult job to do accurately. Vent sexing or identifying the sex of a day old chick by looking at its sexual organs is done by very few, well tra…ined people. It takes a long time to learn how to identify the more than 15 different shapes of the cloaca. Chicks are often damaged or killed by squeezing them too hard when done by a novice handler. Feather sexing is based on feather characteristics that differ between male and female chicks.The feather appearances are determined by specially selected genetic traits (sex-link) that must be present in the chick strain you are looking at. Most breeds of chickens do not have these feather sexing characteristics and the feathering of both sexes appear identical. The easiest method of sexing chickens by the novice small flock owner is to care for the birds until they begin showing the natural secondary characteristics of their gender. In males, the combs and wattles will become larger than those on females and the head will become more angular and masculine looking. The female will remain smaller than the male and is more refined or feminine looking. When they are about 3 months old toss a hat or plastic plate over their heads while they are active and in the yard then watch, roosters will look up and go on alert, making keening sounds as a warning while the hens will crouch down and stay very still and quiet.
Around 4 months
16 weeks it is possible to detect gender. Most OB's won't order an ultrasound until 18-20 weeks.
No. Look at what your baby looks like at 10 weeks!:http://3dpregnancy.parentsconnect.com/calendar/10-weeks-pregnant.html Usually between 15-18 weeks you will find out the g…ender of your baby.. Actually, yes you can:. http://www.intelligender.com/
You can never tell until a later date but it depends on if the males sperm is x or y type
There are myths that if a woman is carrying her bump high it is a girl and if the woman is carrying low it will be a boy, however these are myths and the best way to get the s…ex of your baby is to have a scan.. I hope this helps
the man decides the sex of the baby by his spern when concieveing
A baby is counted as 'viable' (able to survive) from 24 weeks of pregnancy but I would not call that safe. 33% of babies born at 24 weeks, 19.9% at 23 weeks, and 9.1% at 22 we…eks live long enough to be discharged from hospital. Not surviving but being discharged. So only a third survives from 24 weeks and usually with damages. It's in those last weeks the lungs are developing so I would say week 38 when you have gone the whole pregnancy is the safest. A few weeks before that can also be safe, it depends on the fetus condition and development.
After about four months of pregnancy.
It depends on the determination method. More invasive laboratory tests can tell you within a couple of months pregnancy. Ultrasounds would give an indication within 4 months o…r so. The "old fashioned method" of inspecting the crotch can be used as soon as they are born. All the methods have their shortcomings, which could include fetal harm (during amniocentesis) or making the wrong determination.
Either by having an ultrasound scan, or by having the amniotic fluid tested.