What's the earliest you can tell the sex of a baby on an ultrasound?
I believe it is about 9 weeks pregnant from what I was told.
It all depends on your body type, weight, and really which position your uterus is laying in, but most likely, the earliest I ever heard of a sonogram being able to tell the sex of the unborn baby was at 12 weeks, which is about 3 full months, and she was about 5'10 height and weighs a good 180 pounds, so she's pretty tall for a lady and had a pretty flat tummy, with pregnancy at three months, her tummy was pretty out there and her baby just happened to be laying there with his legs kinda open. So it depends, also depends on how good of a machine your doctor has, an older model might be too grainy or if the doctor is not experienced enough to make it out they might make you wait til next checkup to tell you with certainty. Hope that helped.
four months at the very least, to be sure five months, that's in my case.
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