is usually the most common procedure used to determine a baby
It is not possible to determine the gender of a fetus at 12 weeks gestation by ultrasound. Typically the gender is evident closer to 20 weeks gestation.
Possibly. If you get a good view on the ultrasound, it's possible. You can also have a amniocentesis done and that will tell you the gender.
No. What is possible is that the doctor or technician who performed the ultrasound misread it or didn't get a good image. The fetus or its genital parts could have been at a bad angle to be able to determine gender from the image.
i would ask a doctor :)
They will usually find out during your first ultrasound.
20weeks but its not always accurate...
I have never heard of any such method for determining a baby's gender. Your doctor can perform an ultrasound to see if the baby's genitals are visible, which would help determine gender.
Very. However dr's and nurses are human and do make mistakes but it is rare.
my girlfriend's ultrasound showed we are having a boy..she is now 12 weeks 6 days pregnantANSWERgenerally ultrasound techs (even the best) won't give you an answer till you are around the 16 week mark You can try to determine your baby gender with Chinese Birth Gender chart. This is easy and accurate baby gender prediction.
16 weeks it is possible to detect gender. Most OB's won't order an ultrasound until 18-20 weeks.
The ultrasound test is the most accurate test used to determine the gender of a baby.
We found out at 16 weeks what we were having. It's possible but only if your baby cooperates.
Ultrasound is used to identify the child's gender .
A woman can have an ultrasound to determine the baby's sex as early as 15 weeks. However, an ultrasound is not 100% accurate - the only way to be 100% accurate is to have an amniocentesis, which is a risky procedure that a doctor won't perform just to determine the baby's sex.
That depends on which test is done. A chorionic villus sample test can determine gender around 9 weeks. An amniocentesis can also determine gender and is done between 16-20 weeks. An ultrasound is the least reliable method because it's done visually usually around 18 weeks.
That depends on which test is done. A chorionic villus sample test can determine gender around 9 weeks, an amnioccentesis can also determine gender and is done between 16-20 weeks and by ultrasound which is least reliable because its done visually usually around 18 weeks.
No. However - it is possible for the mother snake to determine the gender of her offspring - by choosing the temperature at which her eggs will be incubated (or her own body temperature in the case of live-bearers)
Between 16 - 20 weeks. Your doctor will probably want to do the ultrasound right around 20 weeks to make sure the gender is obvious.
1. Ultrasound is used in sonography- looking at human babies in the mother's womb. Ultrasound can be used to work out how old the baby is, determine its location, find the location of the placenta, and determine the sex of the baby (male or female), check for heartbeat, check for normal fetal growth and check for any abnormalities.
With an ultrasound.
Anterior means female
I am not sure what you are meaning, but no I think not, you will find out the babys sex only when you are 18 weeks +, if you are living in the UK then you will find out at your 20 week scan (normality scan).
if you are saying how do doctors determine the gender of a baby before birth, they use the ultrasound and look for male or female genitals, this does not always work though
it may be possible to tell the baby's gender at the 20 week ultrasound but then it just depends what position the baby is lying in.
Around week 16-20.