Pros & Cons Of Finding Out The Baby's Gender

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Should you find out your baby's gender? Well, recent reports show that men are more eager to know what baby their wife or partner is expecting when compared to the woman.

From the time you are pregnant, everyone around you makes the decisions of what you should eat, where you should go and what you should do.

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But, as a woman, knowing the gender of the baby inside your womb should completely be your decision and your decision only! Though in India, knowing the gender or sex of the baby is illegal, there are other parts of the world, in which this determination is granted.

Therefore, before the couples decide to know what baby they are expecting, here are a few pros and cons of finding out the baby's gender.

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You will be surprised to see that at the end of the read, your answer to this very interesting question in your life will totally shock you.

So, spend a few moments and read on to see why it is and why it isn't important to know what baby your sweetheart is carrying in her womb:

You Build A Bond:

When you are aware of the sex of the unborn, you begin to build a better and stronger bond with it. This is the reason why you should find out which baby is in your womb.

The Name Game

You can start settling on names if you are aware of the baby's gender. 

Helps With Sibling Bonding:

If you have older children, knowing which baby is in your womb can help the other kids bond well with the unborn. In this way, the other children can feel connected and involved with the pregnancy as well.

Time For The Nursery:

Knowing which baby you are carrying can help you and your spouse to get settled on the nursery.

Letting It Be A Surprise:

Letting it be a surprise is one of the best feelings in the world. You don't want to spoil the fun, right?

You Begin To Build Expectations:

There are some women, who build-up on a lot of expectations once they get to know the gender of the baby, which is not healthy for the child once he or she enters into the world.

The Ultrasound:

Did you know that the ultrasound test is not 100 per cent accurate in determining the sex of the baby? Well, with this con, you wouldn't want to get your hopes up high, right?

Read more about: pregnancy, prenatal, baby, foetus
Story first published: Wednesday, March 23, 2016, 14:30 [IST]
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