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You can't tell the gender of the baby that soon. If you go to the top of this page and put your mouse on the pregnancy part it gives you a list. Click on planning and it will take you to a different page. On the left side of the page is a column of other topics. Click on the gender predictor. There's no guarantee it will be right but it's worth a try. Also, I think someone on here posted something about a gender test you can buy at the store for like $30. Those are the only things I can tell you other than waiting until your 20 week ultrasound.
I can tell you, 100% right now!!!!!!!!! Baby is a girl right now! All babies start as girls, which is why men have nipples. Gender doesn't become differentiated until after 6 weeks. And there is really no way to tell until your ultrasound (adound 20-22 weeks) and even then, even if they say 100%, they are only 80% accurate! So really, you have about 38 weeks until baby comes out, and you will know for sure!
If you are only 2 weeks pregnant then you would not even know you are preggo ... let alone if its a boy or girl. You dont miss your period until you are 4 weeks.
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i was always told that if ur belly is low its a boy if its not its a girl
You can't tell that you are pregant that soon without a blood test, let alone tell the gender. Your pregnancy hormone levels are too low to show on an over the counter test. You have at least 18 weeks to go before your doctor or sonographer can most accurately determine the sex of the baby. Even then, there are no gaurantees until your due date.