Determining the sex of an unborn baby can be detected through ultrasound (routine or diagnostic), or genetic
villus sampling (CVS) or amniocentesis).
potential risks of ultrasound are thought to be minimal, it not recommend
simply to find out the sex of baby. There is also the question of
accuracy. Ultrasoundis less accurate than genetic
testing. Ultrasound is available to the majority of pregnant women, despite the
warning against the routine use of ultrasound. Ultrasound testing for the
express purpose of determining the gender is not recommended.
Genetic testing is 99% accurate in determining
the gender of baby. However, genetic testing carries the risk of losing
the pregnancy or harming the pregnancy...