Quoting shae813:" I will be 13 wks 2 days this coming week for my genetic screening appt. I have heard some people have had the genders revealed during this process. Anyone have any experiences with this."
As a tech who has done thousands of gender ultrasounds... technically you can see gender as early as 12 weeks but most diagnostic techs will not have the time to check, double check, and get the multiple angles necessary to know 100%. At our facility, we recommend coming in at 14 weeks because, at that point, we can tell for sure 95% of the time and the few that we can't, we bring back for free to check again. In my experience, very few of my clients have been told at their 13 week NT ultrasound simply because most diagnostic techs don't have the time or the training to tell gender that early. It is a specialized skill that diagnostic ultrasound training unfortunately doesn't include because being able to tell gender is not "diagnostic". With that being said, if you are anxious to know, check around for an elective 3d/4d ultrasound facility in your area and see how early they do it