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NHS and private ultrasound scans during pregnancy
Screening for Down's syndrome. Pregnancy, labour and birth advice Read our advice and find out everything you need to know about pregnancy, labour and giving birth. You'll then be asked to lower your skirt or trousers to your hips and raise your top to your chest. All pregnant women in England are offered an ultrasound scan at around 8 to 14 weeks of pregnancy. Developments in real-time 3D and 4D ultrasonic imaging have led to parents asking for souvenir keepsake video recordings of the fetus, sometimes at several stages during the pregnancy. When a later scan gives a different estimate of gestational age, the estimated age is not normally changed but rather it is assumed the fetus is not growing at the expected rate.REGISTER TO VIEW
It will usually take place at your local hospital ultrasound department. Since such scans are performed for non-diagnostic purposes, potential clients should ensure that the clinic has procedures in place to deal with any incidental findings, such as the finding of fetal abnormality, in a sensitive and professional manner, and that the ultrasound equipment is operated at settings which conform to the BMUS guidelines for non-diagnostic scanning. Screening for Down's syndrome will happen at the dating scan if:. Most scans are carried out by specially trained staff called sonographers. Find out more about what happens during a pregnancy ultrasound scan. Work out your due date Make and save your birth plan Maternity and paternity benefits Print your to-do list When pregnancy goes wrong. Talk to your midwife, GP or obstetrician about any concerns you have.REGISTER TO VIEW
For example, you may be offered further tests, such as amniocentesis, that have a risk of miscarriage. Breastfeeding and diet Breastfeeding and medicines Breastfeeding and smoking Breastfeeding and alcohol Going back to work.REGISTER TO VIEW
Attention is drawn to the recommendation of the EFSUMB Clinical Safety Statement for Diagnostic Ultrasound that ultrasound examinations should be performed only by competent personnel who are trained and updated in ultrasound safety matters. The probe sends out ultrasound waves — sound waves with a frequency higher than the human ear is able to hear — to produce images of your baby, which the sonographer studies on a screen. For advice on recognising signs that you are going into labour , or for information on some types of pain relief in labour, follow the links.REGISTER TO VIEW REGISTER TO VIEW