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For a 4d ultrasound do you have to be a certain time along?
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They say theyre best in between 28-32 weeks after that depending on the size if your baby and the amount of room your baby has left the babys face might be smashed up meaning your able to see the features better but really you can get one anytime!
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Thank you! Im only 3 1/2 months but i wasnt sure...so then its probably way to early now
10135748 tn?1412019177
I went to my first 4d at 14 weeks to just find out the gender.
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I had a 4d done at 12! Every office is different (:
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As long as its before 34 weeks
7174950 tn?1406661109
Yh you fro hun but it depends how many weeks and stuff
7174950 tn?1406661109
Do I mean
9358588 tn?1411093471
Why does it have to be b4 34 weeks? My 4d ultrasound is scheduled for the 17th of this month and I'll be 35 weeks
7174950 tn?1406661109
Yh it does depend on where you go but its better to do it around 24-30 weeks I think anyway
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Bcuz at 34 weeks the baby starts to run out of room.. they will do them after but they dont like too... bcuz they wont be able to get the baby to turn if they need too
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My sister got one down at ten weeks and I thought it was adorable. I got one done at 30 weeks and it looked perfect! Beautiful baby girl <3
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The place I am going to will only do them between 28-32 weeks. To get good pictures of baby. I'm going October 16th and I'm so excited! At my 20 week they couldn't determine the sex of my baby.
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So eevencen if its early do u get to see what its going to be??
10135748 tn?1412019177
I think it just depends on baby my baby girl wouldn't stop crossing her legs for a little while when I went but eventually she showed us her flower lol
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