For pregnant women (and their partners), prenatal ultrasounds can be awe-inspiring. It’s undeniably neat to actually see what the baby looks like before he or she emerges, and the resulting pictures make excellent decorations for the refrigerator. Most women will have two or three medically recommended ultrasounds during pregnancy. But some women and their partners…

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