The Possibility Of Fetal Sex Changes During Ultrasound?
Tonight..I want to ask..When you check 4D ultrasound while pregnant 4months are male JK … Then I ultrasound at the age of 35 weeks of waiting for a different 4D also with the doctor as well … doctor said that I am a woman. … Then at the age of 35 weeks, the fetus’s position will still not enter the hips … I will say that it is still left … that’s how it works. The solution is already effective for the baby boy who needs a healthy fetus. ..Thank you
Hello Ms. Sulis! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Congratulations on your pregnancy.
4-dimensional ultrasound examination is only able to examine the fetus well after 24 weeks of gestation and can provide the best results after 27 weeks. 4-dimensional ultrasound examination looks at the structure of the fetus from the outside, so looking at sex too early can make mistakes in the interpretation of the results. The vagina and penis can look very similar in early pregnancy. To see the structure in the fetus, a normal ultrasound examination is needed. Therefore, doctors sometimes examine the usual ultrasound before examining 4-dimensional ultrasound. In addition, the ultrasound examination is greatly influenced by the position and movement of the fetus during the examination process. If the position of the fetus covers the genitals, of course it will be more difficult to see the sex of the fetus. That's right what you said, the important thing is that the fetus is healthy. The lower part of the fetus will generally enter the pelvis when the womb is 36 weeks old. Sometimes, the fetus has entered before that time. If the fetus that you are pregnant isn't still in, you can still wait. The fetus will be re-examined at the next meeting. If the fetus is still not in, you should find out more about why the fetus is still not in, for example because your pelvis is too narrow or the fetus is too big. The obstetrician who examined you will explain this to you.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.