salaaaam dhamaaan akhyaarta halkan soo gasha,
maxamed hadaan isku dayo inaan suaashaa ka jawaaabo,it's simple
it is possible to determine the sex of the fetus as early as 14 weeks of gestational age, but it is frequently difficult to make a difinitive diagnosis until several weeks later....it all depends upon the fetus having its legs a part.....mar marka qaar ilmihii luguhiiisa ayaad eegaysaa bal waxa ka hooseeya, mise lugihiiba qam isku siistay....if that happens we usually wait until the baby moves its legs....also determining fetal sex depends on recognizing the characteristic of the male and female....if it's a boy, you'll see male genitalia(waadix zayi shams)....the female labia are smaller in size than scrotum and have an appearance similar to two lips.....that is how you can tell the difference......ultrasound technology aaad ayay uhorumartay.....
badanaa marka dumarka uurka leh baadhayno waan tusnaaa ilmihiii oo dhaqdhaqaaaqaya,lugaha, gamcaha, caloosha,faraha, wajiga.....sometimes you can see the hair, not often though...heart beatka dhagaysiinaa...120-160bpm is consider normal....you can also findout genetic disorders such as downsydrome......waxa kaloo ogaan kartaa ilmihu haduu faruuran yahay caadi ayaad u arki kartaa...marka wakhtigada dhalmada soo dhawaado, ultrasoundka ayaa lagu eega in madaxa ilmaha uu hoos udagay....anyway, waxyaaba badan ayaa la eega, not only the sex of the baby
i hope that answers your question....qofkii wax igu dhaama waa so qori kartaa
salaaaama and enjoy ramadaaan