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    colopyr posted:
    im 13 weeks and 2 days pregnant. the doctor says i have a rather large uterus. so today i have an appointment at 630 just to check the baby and everything out. can i tell wht the gender of the baby is this early? is it possible? will i seem foward if i ask the doctor? how can i tell if its a boy or girl?
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    melissah210 responded:
    Best time to check is after 16 wks but on the 2nd trimester community they are actually discussing that and someone i believe said found out at 14 wks.

    Alot of it is going to determine on the baby. dont be afraid to ask, it wont hurt.
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    colopyr responded:
    they said 75% chance it was a boy! :-)


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