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A Girl or a Boy Whom You Want Your Future Child Be In our time technology gets to the point were can be said in advance if the fetus will have any defects and what the gender of the future child will be One of the technological machinery that is used in identifying fetus gender is ultrasound In cases of pregnant women at older age or because of the family history that may cause some health problem to the fetus prenatal diagnostic is done This is the original and still the only purpose for which prenatal diagnostic is used In the past this procedure was very risky and there were many cases when because of this procedure fetus got harmed Now the same procedure becomes virtually risk free for both the mother and the fetus Also since all these technological machinery is modern that makes the use of it very expensive The question that the following case raises is if it is permissible to allowed use of prenatal diagnostic for the perfectly healthy fetus just because their parents wanted to find out the future gender of their child As it was point out prenatal diagnostic is the new technology in modern medicine And even though that prenatal diagnostic get to the point that it virtually risk free for both mother and fetus the word virtually warns that there is still a small chance remains that something may go wrong Therefore mothers willingness to go on with diagnostic of the healthy fetus put fetus and mother itself at some minimum and unnecessary risk Even smallest percentage of the unnecessary risk would be considered inappropriate and carrying mother would not go for diagnostic unless it would be totally necessary The Simpsons family got three children all three of them are girls Tom the father of these children always wanted to have a son in the family The reason that was given that with the
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