An ultrasound is the only popular accurate way to find the baby's gender, and it is low-risk. In addition, amniocentesis (rare and high risk), chorionic villus sampling (rare and invasive), and non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) are the other ways to predict the gender of the baby.
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Query: Hi doctor, I am 30 years old. I am 26 weeks pregnant. My baby remained breech so far but a few days back got cephalic. My sonographer said baby is female, but she got mild enlarged clitoris. Then I went to my regular doctor and she rejected it. She said that at this level and in this situation gende... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I understand your concern. I cannot say that 26 weeks of gestation is too early to declare the gender. But, due to baby's position and as baby moves constantly it can be a bit difficult to make out the gender accurately. It will be more accurate after 32 week... Read Full »