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Finding out the sex of my baby

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3 years ago
Ok, so I'll be about 19 1/2 to 20 weeks on the 14th next month. I asked my dr if I could go in to find out then,so that the father can be there bc it's hard for him to get off work on weekdays. She said no, I wouldn't know until after 20 weeks! I was wondering since most ppl find out at 18 weeks, why is she saying this? Is there any other way I can find out by then?

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3 years ago
I agree, waiting until after 20 weeks is much more accurate, and they get a better view of the organs and what not, which is the part that really matters. Remember though, even if the tech is 100% sure of the gender, that doesn't mean they're right! I've known people with beautiful pink nurseries, bring home beautiful baby boys!
3 years ago
My doctor did not send me for an ultrasound until 20 weeks as well...  You can go to a private ultrasound specialist in your area that will do a gender ultrasound.  I live in Houston and here the price for this service is anywhere from $99-$125.  These specialists will typically provide more pictures and spend more time viewing your baby since that is the only purpose of your visit. 
3 years ago
lucky lucky ladys i didnt even get my ultra sound till i was 24 weeks, because my doctor just does it that way and its very unfair but what can you do?
3 years ago
i found out at 19 weeks, if you have anyone in town or does 4d sonograms you could go do that!!

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