According to this new survey of 500 new and expecting mothers conducted by Wakefield research for Natera, a leader in non-invasive genetic screening, moms-to-be can’t wait to find out if they should shop for pink or blue, and are eager to share the news. More than three-quarters of those surveyed (79%) wanted to know the gender of their baby before he or she is born. In fact, two-thirds (68%) feel learning the gender of the baby is even more exciting than winning the lottery.

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