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 In what week can a baby's gender be identified?

Answer Doctors can identify a baby's gender as early as 16 weeks into the pregnancy if the mother has an amniocentesis to identify potential genetic problems. Most women must wait until the ultrasound at ... Read More »
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What week can I find out the gender of my baby?

Using ultrasound, you'll be able to determine the gender of your baby between the 18th and 26th weeks of pregnancy. Amniocentesis can provide the results between the 8th and 18th weeks, but carries... Read More »
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What week will a baby's gender be known?

A baby's external sex organs form at 12 weeks' gestation. A woman who has an ultrasound in the second trimester or later might be able to find out the baby's sex.Source:U.S. Department of Health an... Read More »
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What week does a sonagram show the gender of a baby?

Expecting parents can usually find out the sex of their baby 18 to 26 weeks into the pregnancy. Some ultrasounds are able to display the sex as early as 12 weeks into the pregnancy.References:Just ... Read More »
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What week does a sonogram show the gender of a baby?

A sonogram, or ultrasound, can typically determine the gender of a baby between 18 and 20 weeks. But it's not always guaranteed a sonogram will be able to tell whether your baby is a boy or a girl... Read More »
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