Sep 15, · In fact, the same study published in Obstetrics and Gynecology concluded that 65 percent of parents preferred to know the baby's sex after an amniocentesis compared to 28 percent who preferred an ultrasound. This was despite the fact that percent of women believed that an ultrasound was a reliable means of determining the sex of her baby.
Jan 23, · Can you trust that those little lines and bumps on your ultrasound really mean you're having a son or daughter? Get the scoop on how accurate ultrasounds can be in determining your baby's sex.
An ultrasound, also known as a sonogram, is fetal imaging that is used to see what's going on with your baby and how she is developing inside your body.
With prenatal ultrasound, the echoes are recorded and transformed into video or photographic images of your baby. The ultrasound can be used during pregnancy to show images of the baby, amniotic.