Sometime you just want to see baby and the wait before your next doctor’s appointment or scan is too long, such uncertainty can be very stressful and unpleasant. We’re proud that our Reassurance Scan is performed by our friendly, compassionate team of female technicians who will check your baby’s heartbeat, physical movement and position. You will get to watch your baby move on the screen and hear their heart beat. The Reassurance scan can provide comfort during your pregnancy by providing a peace of mind and alleviate stress.
Early Gender scans
Finding out the sex of your baby is a truly exciting moment, and whatever your plans for the big reveal – we’re on board with it. We can even seal it in a card or tell a special family member or friend. As early as 14 weeks, we can tell you with 99% accuracy what you’re expecting. What about that uncertain 1%? If baby isn’t playing ball on the day, we’ll do it again on another day.
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This is known as the early pregnancy or viability scan and is performed before 12 weeks of gestation. It it is only natural to be curious and concerned about your pregnancy and this test can provide you reassurance by confirming your pregnancy, the position of the gestational sac, number of babies and to establish the due date.
This test is also known as the early anatomy scan or the first trimester screening scan. As part of the combined first trimester screening test this scan is performed between 12 to 13 week and 6 days. If you had the NIPT blood test then this scan can be performed between 12 to 16 weeks. At the end of the first trimester, a fluid space is seen beneath the skin of the baby’s neck and head called the Nuchal Translucency. Part of this examination, we can accurately measure this fluid space. When there is extra fluid and the measurement is thicker than normal there is an association with chromosomal anomalies such as Down syndrome and some structure abnormalities in the baby.
At the half way mark of your pregnancy between 20 to 22 weeks the Morphology scan is performed. This test is known as the Anatomy or Anomaly scan and is a detailed examination of your baby’s structures, growth and surroundings. At this stage, your baby is large enough for an anatomical survey. We check the well-being of both mother (amniotic fluid, cervix, placenta, umbilical cord) and baby (anatomy and growth).
Growth scans are usually requested by your doctor at a time after the Morphology scan, if you’re having multiple babies or are considered high-risk. During this test we check the growth of your baby by measuring your baby’s head, abdomen and limbs to establish an estimated weight and to determine your baby’s percentile based on the growth chart. Other information will be obtained during this scan this includes; baby’s presentation (cephalic, breech or transverse), cardiac activity, anatomy, doppler blood flow study of the umbilical cord and brain.
We also offer a wide range of ultrasound examination this includes; pelvic, renal, prostate, abdominal, breast, thyroid, musculoskeletal and vascular.
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