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The clinic offers you the reassurance of medical excellence in obstetric, gynaecological and fertility ultrasound in a friendly haven of comfort and privacy, located conveniently in Baby magazines pregnancy 2. Follow on treatment can also be arranged. Further below are the icons that lead to the various scans that we offer, or these can also be accessed from the drop-down menu above.

00 discount on full priced third and subsequent scans during the same pregnancy. The loyalty scheme does not cover the Harmony Pre-Natal Test or Nuchal Fold Scans. Merrion Fetal Health is open to all women not just those attending the National Maternity Hospital. When Can I Have An Early Pregnancy Scan? Especially if this is your first pregnancy, you may also be unsure as to when is the earliest you could have your first scan.

Normally this 1st trimester scan is undertaken from 6 to 12 weeks. These weeks refer to the gestational age of your baby, and what this means is that the date is taken from your last period. One of the main reasons to undertake this scan is to confirm if your baby’s heartbeat is present. Also this first pregnancy scan is when we should be able to see how many babies are in your uterus, for those of you who are pregnant with multiples. Of course you will want to know your estimated due date, and we can also give you this information at the early pregnancy scan. If you have heard the term nuchal fold scan but aren’t entirely sure what this scan entails and whether you should have one, then this video will help you understand why some women choose to have this scan, that is also called a nuchal translucency test.

The video features another of our consultants, Professor Fionnuala Mc Auliffe. This is the spot which is called the nuchal fold. The sonogram can measure this fluid between the 11 to 14 week period, and it may make the fetus? As well as the scan, you will go for a blood test, which you will ideally do around 10 days before you come into the clinic for your scan. When you get the result, you will be told a number such as 1 in 100, 1 in 500, 1 in 5000, and depending on the result you can then decide if you should go for a more definitive diagnostic test. Our team will, of course, help you fully understand the implications of your result.

Would you like to know more about the Harmony Pre-Natal Test? If so you may find this video interesting, it features Professor Fionnuala Mc Auliffe, who is one of the 5 consultants that lead our clinic. DISCLAIMERAll articles on the blog and website are intended as information only. Please do not consider any of the information provided here as a substitute for medical advice. Pregnancy is a time when you need constant medical support and attention. However, you can’t call your doctor up at three a.