At Rejuvence Medical we offer a comprehensive, efficient and professional medical ultrasound scanning service. We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Our sonographers have years of NHS experience and we have a robust vetting and checking service provided by a network of radiologists.
We can also arrange for you to take away a copy of your ultrasound scan. In addition we are connected to NHS digital and are able to send copies of your scan, with your permission of course, directly to your NHS GP or hospital consultant.
At Rejuvence Medical we are able to offer expecting couples a reassuring pregnancy scan at different stages of their pregnancy.
Ultrasound is an extremely safe and risk free imaging modality that allows expecting couples to keep track of the growth of their baby as well as provide a means of investigating any potential developmental abnormalities.
At Rejuvence Medical we offer a variety of scans. As part of our service we are also able to offer our clients a copy of their child’s scan in digital or hard print format. This serves as a beautiful gift to the expectant couple as well as for their soon to be born child.
This scan works to confirm whether your baby is a boy or a girl. It will also confirm the health of your foetus, placenta position and foetal gestation age.
This midway mark scan will look for any abnormalities and takes an extensive look at how your baby is growing and developing physically. This includes an analysis of the head, chest, stomach, kidneys, limbs, spine and heart. Measurement of the head circumference (HC), abdominal circumference (AC), femur length (FL) and the bilateral diameter (BPD). This scan includes free 4D previews. This scan takes around 30mins to perform.
Scan from just 5 weeks gestation. An early pregnancy scan looks to confirm the viability of your pregnancy and confirm the gestation age. Measurement of the gestation sac will be taken and if possible, the crown rump length will also be measured.
The purpose of an NIPT scan is to test for Down’s Syndrome, Edward’s Syndrome & Patau Syndrome. This test will obtain blood samples which can then be analysed to assess the risk of these syndromes
3D ultrasound can capture lifelike images of your baby, whereas a 4D ultrasound scan will give you a detailed view of your baby moving around in real time. Includes CD.
How to prepare
No specific preparation is necessary for this scan.
What can you expect
An ultrasonographer will perform your scan. A small amount of ultrasound gel is applied to your abdomen. The gel enables the ultrasound device to provide better images.
The sonographer will gently press an ultrasound probe against your tummy, moving it back and forth. A standard ultrasound scan takes around 20 minutes to complete. It’s usually painless. However, it is not uncommon to experience some discomfort if sonographer is required to press down on areas where you may have some pain. We always try to ensure you are comfortable at all times.
The sonographer will prepare a written report immediately after your scan. You can wait for the written report and should you wish a copy of your scan images can be sent to you via email so you have them to hand at all times. For all our pregnancy scans we provide a complimentary CD.