I know most mothers to be usually get an ultrasound that shows baby gender at 18-20 weeks. I got mine at 19 weeks (: but if I'm not wrong the earliest you can possibly find out baby gender is 16 weeks.
Look up the harmony blood screening I think u can find out with this as soon as 6wks.....maybe if I'm remembering correctly BUT it can be very expensive if it's not doctor ordered depending on insurance you have
Most people find out around 15-16 weeks. My doctor has offered a test at 10 weeks that can test if the baby has Down syndrome (not that that would change anything for us) and it can also detect the gender at 99.9% accuracy. We are debating if we want to know that early! I'm only 4 weeks and 5 days...so 10 weeks seems very soon!
When I had my first baby I found out at about 18 weeks, but I am 12 weeks now and ai took a blood test called Visibili-T, which checks to see if there is an aditional x or y chromosome in your blood, if there's a y you'll knownit's a boy, It takes about 10 days to get back to you, but they say it's extremely accurate!!!
Now you can do a blood test at as early as 10 weeks! My friend did this test and she is having a beautiful little girl. She is now 19 weeks and 4 days and she has seen the baby again for her big ultrasound, that would normally reveal the baby's gender, and she is still a beautiful little baby girl. The way they test this is, they test for different testosterone levels that women wouldn't have. If they find testosterone, then you're having a boy and a girl if they didn't find any.
I found out at 14 weeks through a blood test they are doing now and its 98% correct.and my mom said because my baby's heartrate is above 150 its a girl and anything lower than 150 is a boy and she was right I'm having a girl but I don't think it really works.I think my mom just had a feeling that its a girl lol.
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