I was just wondering how many weeks you ladies were when you found out the gender of your baby. I am 17 weeks now with my 3rd and am hoping for a girl this time..........I have two boys now. We have to pay $100 dollars for the gender sono so I don't want to get one too early and waste the money we already don't have.....but I am soooo anxious to find out!
With my first I found out at 20 weeks and with my second I went in for an ultrasound at 21 weeks in hopes of finding out the gender, but she kept her private parts hidden. We didn't find out she was a girl until she was born. It's best to wait until 20 weeks or later to find out the gender.
My ultrasound at 20 weeks told me I was having my first baby girl. It was the best news ever!!
If I were you I would go at 20 weeks, as here in the UK it is commonly understood that that is a good stage when you'll get a clear image of girl/ boy bits, although I imagine you *can* tell sooner. But I would wait, seeing as you are paying, until 20 weeks, when the reproductive organs will be developed well.
GIRL GIRL GIRL!!! You have to get your girl!!! Congrats on the pregnancy....I wouldnt go to early if you have to pay for it, they say 13-15w but I would wait intill 19w just to make sure! Good Luck keep us updated!!
My doctor said she could schedule it for 18 weeks but I said no way. I'm waiting until 20 weeks so that there isn't any question later. I just knew I was having a girl and she confirmed it! Good luck! I hope you get your girl
Im having my 4th baby and first girl and the earliest I have ever found out was 17.5 weeks. I would "try" and wait untill around 18-20 weeks if you have to pay to get the most accurate results. Good luck, fingers crossed for your girl!!!
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