A scan to confirm the location of the gestational sac, and embryo development. Scan will start as an abdominal scan, but includes an internal (transvaginal) scan if needed. Typical confirmation scans are less than 7 weeks and therefore the heartbeat cannot normally be visualised reliably at this stage of pregnancy.
Short 2D scan (Black & White) to confirm pregnancy and check the health of developing embryo and fetus at this early stage in pregnancy. This scan offers an opportunity to view your developing baby before you've had your NHS Hospital appointment
Short 2D scan to determine the age of your developing baby, and provide you with an estimated due date. This service is often provided as part of your NHS care, but we acknowledge that NHS scans do not offer the opportunity for friends or family to attend your scan and join in the experience.
If you can't wait to find out the gender of your baby, but don't want a sneak peek in 3D/4D our Express Gender Scan may be perfect for you. This scan is a shorter version of our normal Gender Reveal Scan and so focuses solely on completing wellbeing checks and determining baby's gender. Given the limited amount of time available, there is less focus on getting nice profile shots of baby in 2D, or looking at them in 3D/4D.
Our Gender Scan is specifically to find out the gender of your baby from 16 weeks onwards. You have the opportunity to find out during the scan whether you're having a boy or girl, or choose to keep as a surprise, and add one of our gender reveal products on the day.
Our 2D Reassurance Scan is intended for any time in pregnancy, not just in early pregnancy. This scan includes a thorough check over baby for wellbeing and peace of mind for you as well as a look around baby to show you how they're developing. Ideally suited to parents that are worried about baby and pregnancy developing as normal whilst not having any clinical symptoms and clinical reason to worry to give you reassurance that everything is developing normally.
An amazing experience to meet your baby in 3D/4D on our extra large screen in amazing colour and clarity. During your scan we'll spend time to show you around baby in detail, helping you to see your baby in glorious 3D, 4D and even full HD. Our fully qualified and HCPC registered sonographers will explain exactly what you're seeing on screen, helping you to fully understand what you're seeing. If baby is in the wrong position, we'll give you time to move around to get baby into a better position, with a rescan available if they're not behaving on the day.
Making Memories is our aim and goal at Your Baby Scan, and our Making Memories package is aimed at letting you keep those memories and take them home with you. In addition to everything included in our 3D/4D Bonding Scan package, our making memories package includes a full video recording of your entire scan, as you see it on the screen (every time you go into the scan room, if you go in multiple times during your visit). We'll add some nice background music to your video, and we'll be add it to your locker with your images where it will be available for 25 years where you can watch it online from any device with a web browser including an iPad and even your Smart TV, with the option to download as many copies as you like. If you don't have a Smart TV but your TV does have a USB port, our video is compatible to copy your video to a USB stick and plug it into your TV to watch back on the big screen too.
Our Bond With Me package is all about you getting to know your little one and to bond with them before they have arrived but even after your scan has finised. It includes everything from our standard 3D/4D Bonding Scan package, with a video to watch back later and a keepsake bear containing a recording of your baby's heartbeat so you can watch and listen to your baby after your scan and get to bond with them like never before. Our range of keepsake bears is subject to availability on the day, and includes both gender coloured bears, and also gender neutral bears and animals for those who want to keep the gender of their baby as a surprise until they're born.
We know that the last few months of pregnancy can drag with no planned NHS scans and baby getting heavier by the day. Our presentation scan is suitable from 31 weeks onwards and is specifically for checking baby's position (presentation). During your scan, we'll check baby is continuing to develop as normal, as well as checking their position and measuring their current weight so that we can predict their weight if they're born at full term. If baby is in a good position on the day, we'll still even take a look at baby in 3D/4D (we wouldn't want to miss the opportunity).