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If you were my patient, I would advise you that most moms can feel their first baby moving at about 18-20 weeks. If a mom has had a baby before she can often feel the baby sooner. Ultrasounds are so good now that they can determine gender very early. My babies were diagnosed at 13 weeks. Certainly by the time of the mid trimester scan (18-20) weeks, it should be possible to see the gender.
I'm 16 weeks today and found out the sex at 15 weeks (I'm having a baby boy) !! It really depends on your doctor , some will tell you as early as 12-13 weeks then some like to wait till 20weeks.. I agree with Elaine though.. The ultrasounds are so detailed now they can determine the gender early in pregnancy now. As far as feeling the baby kick, this is my first pregnancy and I haven't felt the baby kick yet. The doctors I work for and my ob dr says first pregnancy you normally can not feel the baby kick till 18-20 weeks. If this isn't your first pregnancy then you should be able to feel the baby kick earlier , around 14-15 weeks. I hope you have a healthy and enjoyable pregnancy! Good luck to you!
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