HD Live Baby Scans

HD Live Scans

ALL SCANS WILL BE PERFORMED BY N.H.S. TRAINED SONOGRAPHERS.

ALL 3D 4D BABY SCANS ARE UNDERTAKEN IN HDLIVE, BEFORE THE STORK DO NOT CHARGE EXTRA FOR THIS SERVICE.

24 – 32 weeks of pregnancy
4D abdominal ultrasound scan

The purpose of the 3D 4D baby scans is to spend time bonding with your baby in a relaxed and comfortable environment.

We feel 15 minutes is enough time to meet and bond with your baby. However if you are expecting twins or would like a longer scan time please call to discuss.

Preparation

As this is an abdominal scan it may be helpful to wear clothing that allows the sonographer easy access to your tummy region.

3D 4D Baby Scans – Option 1 –  A quick glimpse £65

  • Approximately 15 minute scan
  • Gender identification if you request
  • 4  6×4″ High Quality Photographs of your choice

A non refundable deposit od £20 is required at the time of booking.

3D 4D Baby Scans – Option 1 –  A quick glimpse package £95

  • Approximately 15 minute scan
  • Gender identification if you request
  • 4  6×4″ High Quality Photographs of your choice
  • DVD with music, to watch again and share with loved ones at home
  • CD Rom containing all images taken throughout your session

A non refundable deposit od £20 is required at the time of booking.

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What happens is a problem is detected?

Whilst we do not wish to worry you about your pregnancy, sometimes there may be a problem detected that is completely unexpected. It is important for you to understand that if the sonographer believes there is a problem he/she has a ‘duty of care’ to discuss these findings with you in a sensitive way and provide you with as much information as he/she reasonably can.

If necessary and with your permission, they may contact your local hospitals maternity unit or your GP so that a medical follow-up can be made. He/she may also write a letter explaining his/her concerns.

Occasionally the sonographer may require a second opinion. This does not necessarily mean that there is something wrong; many scan findings just need a ‘second look’ for reassurance. The sonographer will inform you of any such uncertain findings and discuss what your options are.