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So why would you have an early scan?
For most women they just want, or need to see their baby and confirm that the pregnancy is real! For others they may have sadly experienced a miscarriage...
Why have a dating scan?
As with an early scan, most women just want, or need to see their baby and confirm that the pregnancy is developing beautifully. The peace of mind and reassurance tha...
Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT)
Why have NIPT?
Currently screening for Trisomy 21, Down’s syndrome, is offered by the NHS as a combined test between 11+3 to 14+1 weeks. The pregnancy is dated, the fluid at the back of the...
Reassurance and Gender scans
Why have a reassurance scan?
The wait between your dating and anomaly scan can seem so long! From 16 weeks you (for the most part) feel entirely normal again, don’t necessarily feel pregnant...
Why would you have an anomaly scan?
An anomaly scan can be performed from 18+6 weeks to 21+6 weeks but ideally performed around 20 weeks. The scan will effectively check your baby’s developm...
Why have a growth scan?
Sometimes the wait from seeing your baby at the half way stage at the 20 week scan to it being in your arms can be a long time! This scan does not need a referral fro...
4D Growth Scan
Why have a 4D growth scan?
An amazing opportunity to see what your little one gets up to in the womb! This unique bonding experience allows you to see your baby smile, yawn and even see if i...
Group B strep screening
Why have Group B Strep screening?
Group B Streptococcus is the most common cause of life threatening infections in newborn babies in the UK. GBS is a common bacteria that can be found on our...
Why have a presentation scan?
At times trying to clearly identify which way round your baby is can be difficult! You think it is one way, your midwife thinks it’s another but no one is quite...