question about sonograms

At what point can the sonogram reveal whether your having a boy or girl? I am 14 weeks now and my sonogram is tomorrow morning. Thanks in advance for the responses.

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AnnaRidgewood, New York
    09/23/14
    4Katie
    At 14 weeks all babies have the same gender organs. It looks like a penis but girls have it too. There is a theory that the angle of this "nub" can determine the gender. If the nub is pointing down toward the legs then it is a girl and if the nub is pointing straight up then it is a girl. The theory is called "the angle of the dangle theory".

    This website has some really cool photos that show you the genitals and how they look the same on boys and girls and when and how they change. http://www.baby2see.com/gender/external_genitals.…
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      09/23/14
      Ever Lopez
      usually at 5 month but in reality is up to the baby i didn't find out until i was 30 weeks for my 1st son he kept turning and crossing his legs!!
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        09/23/14
        Depends on how baby is sitting I think. Some can get it around 15 weeks, but it's more accurate by at least 18-20 because babe is bigger.
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          09/23/14
          Anna
          Thanks girls for all the different info. I was looking forward to finding out but I won't keep my hopes up.
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            09/23/14
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            09/23/14
            Anna
            I feel its a girl.
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              "Researchers did a transvaginal ultrasound (you know, the fun wand up your vagina) at 6 weeks on more than 5,300 women and hypothesized gender due to one marker. Then a transabdominal ultrasound (the one on your belly) at 18-20 weeks, and their method of gender determination was right 98-99 percent of the time!

              Obviously you're wondering what they could possible see at 6 weeks gestation that would tell them anything about the sex of the baby, right?

              The placenta!

              Or more specifically, the location of the placenta -- 97.2 percent of boys had their placenta on the right side of the uterus at that 6 week ultrasound, and 97.5 percent of girls had theirs on the left. Crazy, isn't it? According to their study, this method should be considered "highly reliable" in determining gender within the first few weeks of pregnancy." from: http://thestir.cafemom.com/pregnancy/114917/know_…
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              09/24/14
              Anna
              Wow. That is amazing! Thank u for sharing that. So interesting.
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              09/24/14
              Melissa Middleton
              That's really interesting!

              I despised the wand. It was very uncomfortable and the ultrasound fella kept jamming it in odd directions, which made it painful, plus I had to go to the bathroom from all the water I drank.
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                09/24/14
                Melissa Middleton
                It is usually around the 20 week mark when the gender is able to be revealed via 2D sonogram--and that's if your child is willing to cooperate by not being shy. However, some tests can detect the gender but they are not entirely safe.
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                Mom of 1, 14 year old girl and 2 boys, 12 & 8. I'm expecting the 4th in March. I stopped working because I'm a high risk preg. I'm from NY, have my Bachelors is psych and am in graduate school for my Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis.