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    I found out at my morph scans:

    DS1: 20+2
    DS2: 18+6

    If we had somewhere up here that did purely gender scans (which we dont dammit!) I think the earliest you can go is about 16 weeks.

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    we found out at our morph scan which was 19+4. You can have a gender scan from I think its 15wks+ and some ladies in my due group did that.

    If you have decided to get a morph scan, its quite an important scan and needs to be done as close to 20wks as possible I was told. Finding out the gender is abit of an odd on to that so I would suggest timing your morph scan according to your drs/scan centre recommendations and finding out gender then.

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    Thanks ladies for your replies. I know morph scan is for checking the bub carefully to make sure everything looks good & working, its not for gender checking. I guess i was wondering if the norm for morph scans is 18 wks or 20 wks? Like if u go at 20 is there more chance theyll see everything clearly? Ive seen & heard a few ppl say they had to go back for a re-do if the doc couldnt get the views they needed.

    The timing of finding out gender was sort of a side issue / question

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    With DS at 20 weeks.

    I am currently 30 weeks pregnant and was told at the 12 week scan they were sure it's a boy, since the 12 week scan I have had 3 more scans and all said boy. I even have a 3D picture of the penis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePeach View Post
    Thanks ladies for your replies. I know morph scan is for checking the bub carefully to make sure everything looks good & working, its not for gender checking. I guess i was wondering if the norm for morph scans is 18 wks or 20 wks? Like if u go at 20 is there more chance theyll see everything clearly? Ive seen & heard a few ppl say they had to go back for a re-do if the doc couldnt get the views they needed.

    The timing of finding out gender was sort of a side issue / question

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    Yes that can happen, that they do request a re-do. 20 weeks is usually when the body is the most developed and yes it is meant to be easier to measure everything, but if bubby is not being very co-operative, they would ask you to make another appointment, to get the rest of the measurements.


 

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