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The wife’s preg­nan­cy in one way or anoth­er requires the par­tic­i­pa­tion of the hus­band. Indeed, today the role of a hus­band may not only be wait­ing under the mater­ni­ty hos­pi­tal — he can suc­cess­ful­ly accom­pa­ny his wife to an ultra­sound scan or even be present at child­birth. But in no case should a woman insist on this.

The thing is that they do not become fathers imme­di­ate­ly, and each of the men has their own way — some­one will lit­er­al­ly live every day along with his preg­nant wife, and some­one will not accom­pa­ny his wife either on a trip to the ante­na­tal clin­ic, or that more — for cours­es for future par­ents. Again, there should be no reproach­es from a woman here.

Many men feel real pride from the fact that they will final­ly become a dad, but med­ical ter­mi­nol­o­gy does not appeal to them and there can be no ques­tion of part­ner child­birth. How­ev­er, a woman may well rely on such a man, as he will pro­vide her with sen­su­al sup­port.

Of course, some fathers can go to extremes — that is, to occu­py them­selves with affairs out­side the home at a time when the wife will suf­fer with her ail­ments. Among future dads there are those who con­sid­er preg­nan­cy a nat­ur­al state that does not require spe­cial par­tic­i­pa­tion. If a man is from this cat­e­go­ry, then the woman’s preg­nan­cy will be tedious, because he does not want the expec­tant moth­er to some­how change her lifestyle.

How­ev­er, almost always the atti­tude of a man depends on the woman. More­over, it is not uncom­mon for women to vol­un­tar­i­ly refuse guardian­ship that was unnec­es­sary from their point of view, although men were ready to share every day they lived and accom­pa­ny their cho­sen one every­where. One way or anoth­er, a lov­ing man will not care sole­ly in words. More­over, each preg­nant woman will not be hurt by a lit­tle unload­ing and addi­tion­al rest.

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