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It's really a personal decision. Until recently, the policy in BC, indeed in most areas of Canada, was to not disclose the baby's sex to a pregnant woman until after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
The rationale was that a woman can chose to terminate a pregnancy at up to 20 weeks of pregnancy for any reason she wishes, including because she does not want a baby of a certain sex usually female. Thus, the policy was established to prevent sex-selection by abortion.
This worked fairly well as centres tried to maintain this standard. However, there were exceptions being made at certain ultrasound facilities and many people were travelling to the USA for an ultrasound to discover the sex, as up until now, ultrsasound was the only way to determine fetal sex. NIPT examines the fetal cells in a pregnant woman's blood to try and determine if the fetus has certain genetic disorders e. Down Syndrome. In looking at the genetics of the fetal cell, the sex is also revealed.
It's certainly controversial. Like every new technology, there are positives and negatives within. It depends what side of the arguement you are on. Personally, I abhorr the notion of sex selection but I do believe people have a right to their own health information.
So I guess I sit on the fence. Blog Knowing the Sex. Knowing the Sex October 4,