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Here at First Encounters Ultrasound, we offer a comprehensive selection of ultrasound scans for various stages of your pregnancy.
This gives you the opportunity to watch as your baby develops, creating a unique bonding experience and forging memories that will last a lifetime.
All of our scans are carried out by experienced, fully qualified sonographers in a comfortable and hygienic clinic environment.
We use only the very best ultrasound equipment from GE Healthcare, all of which is certified safe for use.
To learn more about our scan packages, simply click the More Info & Book Now button beside your chosen scan.
Book today with a deposit of just £25 using our secure online system, or call our reservations team on 02920 732671 We offer a selection of ultrasound scans for various stages of your pregnancy.
All scans are carried out by experienced, qualified sonographers.
Any souvenirs will be prepared for you to take home on the day.
You'll have a number of antenatal appointments during your pregnancy, and you'll see a midwife or sometimes an obstetrician (doctor specialising in pregnancy).They will check the health of you and your baby, give you useful information – for example, about a healthy pregnancy diet or antenatal screening – and answer any questions.Pregnant employees have the right to paid time off for antenatal care.This page lists the appointments you'll be offered, and when you should have them.
If you're pregnant with your first baby, you'll have more appointments than women who already have children.It's best to see your midwife or doctor as early as possible to obtain the information you need to have a healthy pregnancy.Some tests, such as screening for sickle cell and thalassaemia, should be done before you're 10 weeks pregnant.Your midwife or doctor should give you information about: This appointment is an opportunity to tell your midwife or doctor if you're in a vulnerable situation or if you need extra support.