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34 weeks of pregnancy. Can the foetal sex be determined from the ultrasound scan report ?

Hello doctor...i am in 34 weeks of pregnancy.My due date is 15/05/2013.My scan report taken on 21/03/2013 it revals that single live intra uterine gestation in cephalic presentation corresponding to gestational age of 31 week2 days ,spine toward maternal right,placenta anterior uppersegment,grade 2 in maturty,FHR 150beats/minute,AFI 12cm,fetal weight 1657+/-265gms,BPP score 8/8. sonologically EDD is 21/05/2013. Is baby is girl or boy?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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thanks for query.
Is this your first pregnancy.
Your baby is very healthy,everything is normal,why you are worried about whether it is boy or girl.
It hardly matter whether it is girl or boy,either boy or girl it should be healthy and safe.
Don't be tense.
Enjoy your pregnancy.
Whatever happen is good for u.
take care.
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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