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How many ultrasounds do you usually getthroughout your pregnancy? Has anyone ever had an ultrasound when finding out the sex turn out to be wrong??
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10013575 tn?1410965035
I've had 4 and will have another one in 2 weeks at my 36 week check up. :) Oh, and I'm not high risk, I've just paid extra for elective US.

So far, I've had 2 since his manlyhood was developed and it was there both times.
7552771 tn?1469933249
If you aren't paying out of pocket it is usually 2-3 is the most common amount but there are a handfull of doctors that will do one every time for everyone. But if you're high risk or having twins then I believe you get one every time.


And yes its not super common but does happen. Hasn't happened to me but I've seen a couple stories on here of it happening.
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is usally one ultrasound unless the baby has some kind of medical issues, plus the sex is usally simple if its a boy. with my son right away they told its a boy, with my daughter they said the first time she has her legz crossed than again their like yeah its a girly!
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With Medicaid you only get one , unless theres complications.  Or you pay for an extra one.
9077628 tn?1411343300
I'm having my last one on October 8th which will be my 3rd one from my obgyn.
I'm paying for a 3D/4D one on my own in a few weeks :)
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I have Medicaid and I got one during my first visit and then the anatomy scan my doctor said she will do another at 35 weeks to check baby's position
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