Some pregnant women have been forgoing ultrasounds in order to have more organic pregnancies that aren't interrupted by scans.
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Usually, all pregnant women get at least two ultrasounds throughout their pregnancy.
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Of course, women with high-risk pregnancies and those with multiples receive more than the normal number of ultrasounds.
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A Statnews article highlighted the story of a woman who is against ultrasounds and why. She decided to opt-out after doing some research.
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Ultrasounds use sound waves to see the baby in the uterus.
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Ultrasounds are used as a diagnostic tool, but not an official diagnosis. Nothing is ever known for sure until after the baby is born.
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There is no current data on the number of women who have been refusing. Doctors argue that most pregnant women get one or two ultrasounds
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