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Hi I'm 13 weeks and happy. I can't wait for my baby to get here. My question is what is the earliest that I can find out what I'm having? I feel like I can't wait I just have to know now. But I know I can't find out now so I want to know when can I find out what I'm having?
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that you just might be able to find out what you are having NOW. Ultrasound is very good now--they told me at thirteen weeks that my triplets were all boys (my daughter cried). Ask your doctor what the resolution of his/her ultrasound is--your doc will tell you how far along you must be. Good luck and congrats! Dr B
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