One of the great blessings of ultrasound is that by doing a scan at the right time we can see and tell you the sex of your baby.
Sexing scans can be done with nearly 100% accuracy from about 16 weeks of gestation.
You may book your appointment for a sexing scan at any stage (but a good time may be after your 12-week NHS dating scan). Please book early to avoid disappointment, especially for Saturdays.
We like to take really good care of our customers so all appointments last about 45 minutes from start to finish and include:
– a welcoming talk and introduction to the procedure
– about a 15-minute scan
– about 15 minutes afterwards to choose your favourite pictures and print the photographs.
It is quite unusual for it to happen but if for any reason we are not able to see the sex of your baby during your first session we offer one more scan free of charge.
||10-12 – by e-mail, Facebook or WhatsApp|
||1 minute – only on request|
||Usually up to 4 family and friends; book in advance for more|
The Fee of £60 is payable in full at the time of booking, or with a £30 deposit to guarantee appointment. Payment in cash or by card.
The Standard Package price for Twins is £75 for a longer 28-minute scan. We also advise twins to come at 17 weeks (or later).
£10.00 – USB Memory Stick – record the movie of scan and all pictures. NB Can be re-used for 3D/4D
£20.00 – Heart-Beat Teddy Bear – pink or blue – or other soft toys with heartbeat in neutral colours
£5.00 – Gender Reveal Confetti Canon – pink or blue
£3.00 – Gender Reveal Confetti Balloon – pink or blue
Free – Gender Reveal Scratch Card
Cancel up to 7 days before the day of the appointment and the deposit is 100% refundable.
Cancel between 6 and 3 days before the appointment and 50% of the deposit is refundable.
Cancel 2 days or less before the appointment – the deposit is not refundable.
NB – the quality of the visual result of the ultrasound scan is dependent on the position of the baby, the amount of amniotic fluid and the amount of body tissue (skin, muscle, etc) between the ultrasound probe and the baby in the womb. A good image can usually be obtained but not always.
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