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how can I find my baby is male or female through scan report?

Selvaraj ramesh asked on 07 Mar '13 at 10:10

12 Answers


Dr. sonali banerjee answer on 22 Jul '17 at 09:16

It's easy to find the fetal love at 12 weeks usg scan. The nub theory is the perfect key to your questions. The old wives tales have nothing to do with it. Go to site gender expert where theory is explained and you can easily correlate your scan with the nub of male or female fetus, provided the nub us visible.

Yogesh answer on 05 May '16 at 12:03

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Sundary answer on 07 Apr '16 at 12:12

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Suresh kumar answer on 24 Feb '16 at 06:21

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Rschna answer on 18 Feb '16 at 15:49

How can i find my babby is girl or boy my babby heartbeay is XXXXXweek and placenta poterior

Kalpana answer on 21 May '15 at 08:44

how can I recognise male or female baby in scan report

Vagheetha answer on 13 May '15 at 09:39

how to identify mala or female baby

Sreeram answer on 21 Apr '15 at 06:35

I have five month pregnant what's my baby gender

Emma. answer on 03 Jul '13 at 16:07

let it be surprise only... :)

Abdulsalam answer on 01 Jul '13 at 06:22

How would you know whether your unborn baby is male or female in the scan report

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Pregnant, 1st born answer on 09 May '11 at 17:30

5 weeks you must see your gynecologist or your midwife for scan. my friend had the same problem, she only find out she was pregnant after 3 months, worse part she was getting her normal period every month. our bodies act different the scan or blood test will surely help. baby dust to you.

Te answer on 09 May '11 at 22:58

Have you thought about using a site like Facebook. There you can make notes about your progress, post scan photos and make a list of items you'd love your friends to get for the baby.

My baby falls asleep smiling :) answer on 09 May '11 at 23:27

I'm on the Gold Coast & have a medibank card (I'm in top hospital & extras cover) & am having my bubs at a private hospital :) I can tell you my experience so far as I'm 25 weeks pregnant. Each Ob appointment is $80 & you get $30 ish back from medicare & you'll see the Ob every four weeks until 28weeks then every two weeks. Not covered by medibank. The two important scans at 12weeks & 19weeks were around the $300 mark each & get minimal back from medicare. Not covered by medibank. My Ob charged $1850 at the 24 week appointment for his services of which medicare will contribute a whopping $100 & medibank will contribute $0.00. Antenatal classes at private hospitals charge $240+ & you'll get $0 back. I'd recommend finding a private midwife as you'll pay about the same & get more one on one attention. I called my private hospital & asked if they could give me the name of someone & turned out the nurse who teaches the antenatal class at the hospital also does private classes which was great as she'll know the hospital procedures etc. As far as the in hospital goes, I'm hoping that's when medibank will finally come to the table as that's what they're really there for. If you reach your safety net (as at 2009 = $1111) out of pocket expenses in a calendar year via medicare by the time your 24week bill is due at your Ob you'll get 80% back. Unfortunately for me I did reach my safety net but then 1st Jan rolled around & wiped it clear just in time for my $1850 bill grrr :( As for the amount of money I've spent on actual baby purchases that's a personal choice you could spend a little or a lot & that's up to your individual budget. I hope this helps! Edit - Oh just remembered the initial Ob appointment was $220. Also, I dare say a lot of these figures I've mentioned will be more in Sydney, I know for a fact they're more expensive just in Brisbane a friend of mine's initial consult at her Ob was $375 & medicare only gives back $60. Edit #2 - Hopefully you won't need it but I've been on Zofran since week 6 (for severe morning sickness) & am still taking it. The cost is $60 per box & you only get four tablets per box, this isn't covered by PBS & medicare won't help you, this is where Medibank will if you have pharmaceutical cover. Four tablets in my bad weeks lasts only 2 days!!! So I have paid $30 per day in most weeks just to get through the day!!! Medibank gives me back on each $60 packet, $30. Remember too that the pharmaceutical isn't much per year, in this case I'm lucky I got a top up on Jan 1st!

Krish g answer on 19 May '12 at 17:13


Pregnancy Check

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness.

Possible Signs of Pregnancy:
Some of the first signs of pregnancy are:

  • Absence of periods

  • morning sickness (vomiting)

  • Fatigue

  • Frequent urination

  • Tender or enlarged breasts

Note that you could be pregnant even in the absence of any of the above symptoms.  On the other hand, you may experience some of the symptoms and still not be pregnant (could be due to other reasons). 

 

Definite Signs of Pregnancy:
The only way that a woman can be identify she is pregnant is to take one of the following tests: Blood or Urine tests and a pelvic exam are necessary to confirm pregnancy. 

Urine test confirm pregnancy.

  • Urine Pregnancy test is required to confirm pregnancy (Recommended if your period is missed)

  • A blood test or a urine test will help in determining the presence of the HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) hormone.

  • An ultrasound scan will also detect a pregnancy at 4-6 weeks.

  • Fetus can also be felt through abdominal palpations at around 3 months

 

Delivery Due Date:

The following chart will help you to estimate when your baby will be due. Pick out the date of your last period from the figures in light type. Your due date is immediately underneath in bold. These dates are all calculated assuming that you have a standard 28 day cycle and the number of weeks also includes the first 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle, when you are technically not pregnant. If your cycle varies from this and you know when you ovulated, just work back 2 weeks from this date to find your last menstrual cycle date (LMP)

Krish g answer on 19 May '12 at 17:17


Pregnancy Check

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness.

Possible Signs of Pregnancy:
Some of the first signs of pregnancy are:

  • Absence of periods

  • morning sickness (vomiting)

  • Fatigue

  • Frequent urination

  • Tender or enlarged breasts

Note that you could be pregnant even in the absence of any of the above symptoms.  On the other hand, you may experience some of the symptoms and still not be pregnant (could be due to other reasons). 

 

Definite Signs of Pregnancy:
The only way that a woman can be identify she is pregnant is to take one of the following tests: Blood or Urine tests and a pelvic exam are necessary to confirm pregnancy. 

Urine test confirm pregnancy.

  • Urine Pregnancy test is required to confirm pregnancy (Recommended if your period is missed)

  • A blood test or a urine test will help in determining the presence of the HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) hormone.

  • An ultrasound scan will also detect a pregnancy at 4-6 weeks.

  • Fetus can also be felt through abdominal palpations at around 3 months

 

Delivery Due Date:

The following chart will help you to estimate when your baby will be due. Pick out the date of your last period from the figures in light type. Your due date is immediately underneath in bold. These dates are all calculated assuming that you have a standard 28 day cycle and the number of weeks also includes the first 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle, when you are technically not pregnant. If your cycle varies from this and you know when you ovulated, just work back 2 weeks from this date to find your last menstrual cycle date (LMP)