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Driving me bananas!

Posted by on Feb. 26, 2014 at 3:23 PM
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I made an appointment for a 3D ultrasound at a private place. I can't wait till April to find out the gender. I'm still getting my level 2 ultrasound in april. My 3D ultrasound is on March 9th and I'm having a hard time waiting. I'm so overwhelmed with excitement. This is my first baby. Also I'll only be 15w1d so there is a possibility that I won't be able to find out the gender if Lil Foot doesn't cooperate. I'm so anxious. Blah! I'm hoping you guys can fill me with hope and facts about 3D gender ultrasounds at 15 weeks.
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Heather2001
by Heather on Feb. 26, 2014 at 4:00 PM

I don't personally agree with recreational ultrasounds because of the risks involved.  Good luck, though! 

katfeces
by Member on Feb. 26, 2014 at 4:19 PM
Quoting Heather2001:

I don't personally agree with recreational ultrasounds because of the risks involved.  Good luck, though! 



I'm having it done by a ultrasound specialist and as far as I know there is no proven risks. What risks are you thinking getting an ultrasound may cause?
Hopen
by Bronze Member on Feb. 26, 2014 at 5:13 PM

I don't blame you! We have triplets (2 girls and a boy)! We are hoping for a boy with this one, so we can have two and two. Really, more importantly, just want a healthy baby. I have to wait until March 25th with this little one to find out. I'm driving myself crazy with it...having dreams and all!

lilmama8408
by Silver Member on Feb. 26, 2014 at 5:24 PM

Ive been told my doctors, nurses, ect that to many ultrasounds is bad. And you should avoid all extra US and heartbeat checks (esp home monitorin)

Generally they dont do the big anatomy scan until 18 weeks because the sex organs are developin before then. So at 15 weeks they may give you an answer but that doesnt guarantee it will be correct.

Curlgurl
by Member on Feb. 26, 2014 at 5:49 PM
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There are some that are very conservative but there is no proven risk with ultrasounds. I look at my baby when I'm at work almost weekly and I did it with my daughter too. She could not be a healthier or smarter 4 year old.
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