My First Baby Pictures3D/4D ULTRASOUND FAQ
We offer 3D, and 4D ultrasounds to provide a Unique bonding experience for expectant families in a fun relaxing environment. This IS NOT to take place of a complete diagnostic exam performed by your doctor.
Woman seeking our ultrasound services must already be receiving prenatal care by their health care provider to confirm due date and screen for any abnormalities. We are here to capture for you all the most precious memories surrounding your pregnancy, which you can treasure forever.
Our focus is to provide an interactive unhurried bonding session with your baby, rather than screening for abnormalities and taking diagnostic measurements.
IS IT SAFE?
Ultrasound has been used in pregnancy since 1950. Extensive studies have found that ultrasound does not cause any harm to mother or baby. 2D, 3D, and 4D ultrasound emit sound waves—no radiation—into the body listening for return echoes that generates an image.
IS THIS ULTRASOUND COVERED BY MEDICARE OR MEDICAL INSURANCE?
No, this is a personal & unreferred, non diagnostic ultrasound scan, however we have several affordable package options.
DO I NEED AN APPOINTMENT?
Yes, it is important you schedule an appointment today to avoid disappointment.
Go online, email or call us today! We are open evenings and weekends.
AM I GUARANTEED TO GET PERFECT IMAGES?
Every baby scans differently depending on position, amount of fluid, placental placement, etc. Our goal is to obtain the best images possible, in order to achieve this we have many tricks and tips to get baby moving.
DO I NEED TO DRINK WATER BEFORE MY APPOINTMENT?
We do not require you to fill your bladder before your appointment. It is however important that you stay hydrated the days leading up to your appointment. ½ a Litre of water ½ an hour before the scan is usually sufficient.
The babies have 60-90 sleep cycles and drinking caffeine may help get your baby moving!
CAN I BRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS?
Absolutely! Let your family & friends enjoy this special time with you.
How Many Weeks Do You Have To Be For A My First Baby Picture Ultrasound Session?
My First baby Pictures offers different packages.
The amount of weeks pregnant you are depends on how you can view your baby. Early scans after 6 weeks and up to 12 weeks shows the whole baby in the womb. Babies have a more skeletal appearance from 16 to 24 weeks with the 3d and 4d images & your are able to view more of your baby on the ultrasound monitor and witness the amazing development already underway because the baby is smaller at this time. From 23 weeks your baby starts developing a fat layer that fills in their features so you will see more facial details. Many soon-to-be parents choose to come in twice or more to see their baby at various stages.
My first baby pictures believes the best time to visit us is 6-36 weeks into your pregnancy after you have had your antenatal scan requested by the Dr. We do see women up to full term, but with variable results. An ultrasound image depends upon the baby’s position, size and, so we cannot guarantee images quality due to those factors.
What Will Determine The Quality Of The Images?
Many factors are involved in obtaining clear images. We use state of the art equipment and are professionally trained exclusively in obtaining 2d, 3d and 4d ultrasound images. Some of the following factors may challenge our session, like fetal position, maternal tissue, placenta location and fetal activity. However, we often find we are able to image even the shyest babies and we do our best under all circumstances. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Will You Tell Me What My Due Date Is Or Tell Me How Much My Baby Weighs?
No. My First Baby pictures are an optional service and does not replace any element of your prenatal care. We offer a no diagnostic ultrasound. We will not provide any measurements that determine the fetal weight or due date. If you have any question or concerns about your pregnancy we encourage you to consult your physician.
Q: What Form Of Payment Can I Use?
We accept Cash, Visa, MC, American express Debit cards.