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How Do Doctors Tell If Fetus Is A Boy Or Girl
How can you tell if your having a boy or a girl.By the way your carrying or it or by the way the other babies inter act with the fetus?
Neither.: It doesn't matter how you are carrying the baby, whether s/he kicks, whether a gold ring dangling from a chain goes back and forth or around in circles, or any other old wives tale. Each pregnancy you have exactly a 50:50 chance of getting one or the other gender. Sex can be determined by ultrasound or amniocentesis (some of the amniotic flood is take with a needle and tested). ...Read more
Doc please tell how to know whether I am carrying a boy or a girl other than ultrasound.Home method to detect. I am very very tensed these days abt baby?
Why so tensed?: There is no reliable home method to determine the sex of your baby. While it is common these days to determine gender via ultrasound, my wife & i chose not to do this with our children- we waited til birth to find out. Why are you so tensed? How would learning if your baby is a boy or girl reduce your tension? If it is important then get an ultrasound, but this is not reliable until 18 weeks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Covered procedure ?: A lot of what you might want during pregnancy is not considered "medically necessary" by your insurance company. Since they own you and control what gets paid, your doc has to decide if they want to do something for free, or order a test the hospital won't get paid for, to satisfy your curiosity.It has been decades since you or your doctor have a free hand to decide what they do ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there anything a doctor can do to help separate the sperm from a boy and a girl. if so, how much $$$?
Not specificly: The present tech is limited to random fertilization during IVF and selecting the gender after the embryo is forming. Since this involves some ethical issues (abandoning unwanted embryos) and no guarantee of success, I am not aware that anyone is doing it in this country. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why does my doc see my private im a girl and the boy doc always pull my pants and panties off and tells me he has to look at it why do they do that?
If : If you are unsure why your doctor is examing your genitals, then you need to ask questions;and if you are uncomfortable or don't agree with the rdoctors response or easoning then you have the right to refuse the exam, and even find another provider if that makes you more comfortable. Also a male doctor should always have a female nurse or medical assistant present when examing a female patient. If this was not done bring it up to the doctor or office manager during your next appointment. Remember always ask questions, and never agree to any type of exam or procedure that makes you feel uncomfortable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Define virgin: Some would link virginity to the simple feature of an intact hymen.This is problamatic. The structure may not form in a typical way or may have long since receded due to non- sexual events.It may also be intact in someone with many sexual encounters that did not involve vaginal penetration.A doc may also assume sexual activity simply because of age. The best way to know is to ask. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Female Anatomy: Yes. They can see that the hymen is still intact. But, that exam is not all there is to sexual activity. But, if the hymen is intact girls are 'thought' to still be virgins. I would be very curious what prompts the question given that no physician should provide anyone the diagnosis or finding. That would be so unethical the doctor could lose their license. ...Read more
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