So im 15 weeks and 1 day. Im due dec 24 th. this is my first. Im extremely nervous. Im excited also, but its hard to stay excited bc i start thinking about money and being able to afford a baby, and my other bills. It gets very nerve recking. But I was just wondering when should i be able to find out the sex of my baby. I have a strong feeling its a girl even have names figured out. First time i saw my baby i was 5 weeks prego and they thought i was having a pregnancy in the tubes, did an ultrasound and i saw her this tiny little pea like object it was amazing i fell in love right away.
If you want to get a 3d scan they'll take you between 16-20 weeks but if you can wait doctors won't do the anatomy scan till between 18-20 weeks. Im 19 weeks and just got mine done on Thursday.. Im having a boy.. And trust me i know how nerve wrecking it is waiting, i was so impatient lol but when you find out its the best Feeling. Best of luck :)
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