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Baby gender scan at The Gynae Centre

Can't wait to discover the sex of your baby?

We can reveal the gender of your baby as early as 12 weeks into your pregnancy (other clinics offer 16 weeks) with 99% accuracy. How do we do this? Our consultants are some of the finest in the UK, which really sets us apart. In fact, we are so confident that we even offer a money back guarantee!


Gender scans at 12 weeks

Our skilled consultants can determine the sex of your baby from as early as 12 weeks into your pregnancy. (Most clinics offer the sexing scan only from 16 weeks onwards.)

Money back guarantee

Our 12 week gender scans are 99% accurate. We're so confident that we even offer a money back guarantee! To be able to see the baby’s sex, the baby must be lying in the appropriate position. It can take up to 1 hour for the baby to turn.

Same day appointments

There's no need to wait weeks for an appointment! We offer same day appointments where possible. And, you can book online today.

Experienced consultants

Dr Eskander has over 30 years experience in ultrasound gender identification from as early as 12 weeks. Research studies and our experience showed that gender diagnosis can be as accurate as 100% after 12 weeks.

Find out how many weeks pregnant you are.


Baby gender identification scan at The Gynae Centre

How do you tell if a baby is a boy or girl from scan?

The baby’s sex is determined at conception by the father’s Y chromosome. The external genitals are neutral. Under the effect of the hormone testosterone, the large labias become the scrotum and the clitoris enlarges to become the penis. This does not occur until 8 weeks of pregnancy. Before 10 weeks of pregnancy, the genitalia look exactly the same, over 10 weeks the scrotum and penis become recognisable but remains small.

Your consultant will use their experience and skills to determine which genitalia your baby has from the gender scan.

Want to find out more? You may like to read How soon can I have a baby gender scan? and What can a pregnancy scan tell you about your baby?

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