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Dating Pregnancy Scan

Pregnancy Dating Ultrasound scan (8-22 Weeks) Price: £110

Expert Dating Scan Services for Accurate Pregnancy Timeline Confirmation
Discover the timeline of your pregnancy with our dating scan, available from 5 weeks onward. This examination not only confirms your pregnancy but also provides an exciting opportunity to witness your baby’s heartbeat and real-time movements. If you are uncertain about your last menstrual period or conception date, our dating ultrasound scan offers invaluable clarity.

What to expect during your dating scan appointment.
During the scan, our expert sonographers measure your baby’s size from head to bottom, allowing for a relatively accurate estimation of your due date. Typically conducted through a transabdominal examination, this procedure ensures a thorough assessment of your baby’s development. However, if you are less than 8 weeks pregnant or have specific anatomical considerations, a transvaginal ultrasound may offer enhanced detail. Our sonographer will discuss the best option with you during your appointment.

Examination preparation
For optimal results, we recommend drinking approximately 1 litre of water before your scan and refraining from emptying your bladder for at least one hour prior to your appointment. Plus, with no need for a referral, scheduling your dating scan with us is hassle-free and convenient.

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It is an ultrasound scan, which determines how far along you are in your pregnancy and will let you know how your baby is doing.
By performing this scan, we can check your baby’s development, and estimate when your baby is due (the estimated date of delivery, or EDD). Dating scan can also show if you are expecting more than one baby.
This scan is usually performed at 8 to 22 weeks of pregnancy.
In order to get a clear image on the ultrasound, you may need to have a full bladder.
The scan usually takes about 15 minutes.