Detailed Anatomy Scan
(17 – 26 Weeks) £150.00
nI April 2010, The National Screening Committee changed the criteria for what should be looked for during your NHS anatomy scan and recommended that this scan should be undertaken between 18 and 21 weeks (to enable decisions to be made about the pregnancy should any problems be detected). What can be demonstrated will depend on when we scan your baby and it is important to remember that not all abnormalities can be seen at all stages of pregnancy. However, when we perform the scan we will undertake an assessment of your baby’s:
- Head, Brain and face
- Chest and abdomen including the heart, diaphragm, stomach, kidneys and bladder
- The cord insertion
- All four limbs and the position of the hands and feet
- The placental site and fluid around your baby
You will be given a Pregnancy Progress Report together with some thermal images to take away.
We can also determine whether you are having a boy or a girl at this stage.
£40 deposit required to secure booking*
*Minimum 48hrs notice required to refund deposit