Yes, in most cases we will be able to tell you the baby’s gender. However, sometimes we will not be able to do so. The baby may be facing the wrong direction, there may be placenta blocking the view, or other factors may make this problematic. Please wait until the 18th week of pregnancy or later before doing an ultrasound scan to determine the baby’s gender. We can do your 2D ultrasound before 18 weeks if you choose, however, if we do one before 18 weeks, we will not do a free rescan if there is a problem determining the baby’s gender.
- Is elective ultrasound covered by insurance?
- May we bring our family and friends?
- How far along in my pregnancy should I be to have a 3D / 4D ultrasound?
- Is it safe? Are there any risks to me or my baby?
- How is 3D & 4D Ultrasound Different From 2D?
- What is an elective prenatal ultrasound?
- Will I always get a great picture of my baby?