Please note if you require a second opinion or fetal medicine consultation, these are not included in the scan fee. Please talk to the consultant’s secretary to find out about their specialist consultation fee if/when required.
From 6 to 11 weeks of pregnancy
£280 single pregnancy/£350 twin pregnancy, £400 triplet pregnancy
From 11 to 14 weeks of pregnancy (Available from 11 weeks 3 days - 13 weeks 6 days of pregnancy. Baby must measure from 45mm to 84mm Crown to Rump Length CRL to perform the assessment)
Between 14 – 24 weeks of pregnancy
£280 single pregnancy/ £420 twin pregnancy/ £470 triplet pregnancy
From 18 weeks of pregnancy
From 18 weeks of pregnancy, can be performed at the same appointment as other scans from 18 weeks
£260 single pregnancy/ £340 twin pregnancy/ £390 triplet pregnancy
From 24 weeks of pregnancy
Early pregnancy scan/Viability scan
An early ultrasound scan can offer you reassurance and is a chance to see your baby’s heart beating for the first time. It will confirm the viability of an early pregnancy and establish an estimated due date (EDD). This scan can check for the presence of twins and can exclude ectopic pregnancy.
Nuchal translucency scan and blood analysis
This pregnancy scan involves nuchal translucency (NT) and nasal bone screening, as well as a blood test to measure free ß-hCG and PAPP-A. If you decide, results can then be discussed with our fetal medicine specialists who will determine if your baby has a higher risk of chromosomal or genetic gene variants. They can recommend further screening for conditions such as Down’s Syndrome, Edwards’ Syndrome, Patau’s Syndrome.
Early anomaly scan
During this scan, measurements can be taken to assess baby’s growth. This scan can offer reassurance if a midwife has difficulty hearing baby’s heartbeat with a stethoscope and offers another chance to see baby’s heartbeat and first movements.
Fetal anatomy/Anomaly scan
The anatomy of your baby is scanned in detail to gather information about the main body systems, such as the urinary tract, digestive tract, heart and major blood vessels and brain. These measurements can help to monitor the wellbeing of your baby.
In addition, a cervical assessment can assess the length of the uterine cervix which is useful in determining the risk of premature or early delivery. Results and options can then be discussed with our fetal medicine specialists.
An important scan to assess baby’s growth pattern, confirm the position of baby (e.g. breech or cephalic), assess the position, appearance and function of the placenta and the quantity of amniotic fluid surrounding baby. Umbilical artery doppler measurement is used to asses the blood flow to baby. This is another chance to confirm the sex of the baby if you wish to do this, as well as see baby’s heartbeat and movements.
Led by expert specialists who provide continuity of care, working together to offer a complete service of diagnostics and treatment all at one location.
Our consultant-led service ensures yours and your baby’s health and wellbeing are in safe hands, with a multi-disciplinary team of experts available throughout pregnancy and after birth.