Detailed Growth Ultrasound Scan

Detailed Growth Ultrasound Scan

– At a Glance

  • 24- 38 weeks gestation age
  • Assess foetal growth via a series of measurements
  • Confirm foetal heartbeat
  • Estimate foetal weight
  • Foetal position
  • Volume of amniotic fluid
  • Check blood flow in the umbilical artery
  • General foetal well being
  • No GP referral is required
  • Same time results to take away
  • Fully qualified NHS sonographers
  • Full Bladder is required
  • Only £109
  • Book Online or over the phone

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Detailed Growth Ultrasound Scan: 24 to 38 weeks

The growth ultrasound scan, also known as well being or positioning scan, normally takes place between 24 and 38 weeks gestation to checks if your baby is developing as expected and their position in the uterus.

Reasons for having a baby Growth ultrasound scan:

The reasons for having this baby ultrasound scan are:

  • Concern of foetal size/weight
  • Reduced foetal movements,
  • Concern of foetal position (breech presentation),
  • Location of umbilical cord,
  • The baby is small for dates or large for dates
  • pain, contractions, vaginal bleeding.

Book your Growth Scan Online

Use our online booking system to choose the most suitable day and time.

Only £109

(£29 deposit is required)

What is the purpose of this pregnancy scan:

The purpose of this baby ultrasound scan is to:

  • Assess fetal growth via a series of measurements
  • Confirm foetal heartbeat
  • Estimate foetal weight
  • Foetal position
  • Volume of amniotic fluid
  • Check blood flow in the umbilical artery
  • General foetal well being

What is included with this baby scan?

The scan incudes: Ultrasound report with a 2D b/w picture

Preparation for this pregnancy ultrasound scan

No preparation is required.

 

What should I expect during the growth scan?

Before the ultrasound scan, our sonographer will explain the examination procedure.

This scan is normally performed trans-abdominally. In some instances, however an internal scan (Trans-vaginal) may be required to see all the necessary detail or if your womb tilts backward.  

We will always try to scan trans-abdominally first but if we need to do an trans-vaginal ultrasound scan then we will discuss this with you. To perform this baby scan, you will be asked to lie down on the examination couch and expose your lower abdomen.

A small amount of water-based gel will be applied to your skin. The gel will help the transducer to make good contact with the skin. The ultrasound transducer will be placed on the body and will be moved in different directions over the area of interest to obtain the required information/ultrasound images.

There is usually no discomfort from pressure as the transducer or probe as otherwise known,  is pressed against the area being examined. However, if scanning is performed over an area of tenderness, you may feel pressure or minor discomfort from the transducer.

Once the ultrasound imaging is completed, the clear ultrasound gel will be wiped off your skin. Any portions that are not wiped off will dry quickly. The ultrasound gel does not usually stain or discolor clothing.

This ultrasound examination is usually completed within 20-30 minutes. After an ultrasound examination, you should be able to resume your normal activities immediately.

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Frequent Questions

An obstetric scan is the same as a ‘normal’ scan but is being used to evaluate the overall health of your unborn baby instead of looking at other organs such as gallbladder for gallstones  or  kidney for kidney stones. So in pregnancy ultrasound scans are being used to visualise the baby, the placenta, the uterus and cervix and your ovaries.
Pregnancy ultrasound scans or prenatal ultrasounds are very common and being carried in any stage of the pregnancy.

You will normally offered two diagnostic ultrasound scans during your pregnancy from the NHS. The first pregnancy  scan is at 12 weeks of gestation and called a dating scan. The second pregnancy scan is at 20 weeks of pregnany and called an anomaly scan.
Most of the expectant mothers, especially the ones with previous complications such as miscarriage they do not believe that 2 ultrasound scans during pregnancy are enough  and this is the reason they choose to have a private pregnancy scan in London with us.

We follow the NICE, RCOG and BMUs guidlines and therefore we only perform 2d diagnostic ultrasound scans.

We are conveniently located in the heart of London, just a few minutes’ walk from Notting Hill Gate station, in a cobbled cul-de-sac off Kensington Mall in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
We offer same day and emergency after hours and weekend appointments in a clean and caring environment, to suit your needs. Unlike some of our competitors we provide you with a report while you wait to fast track any potential treatment.
We have years of experience in medical ultrasound.

Experience gained working for flagship NHS trusts alongside leaders in the field of diagnostic medical imaging including general ultrasound, urology, musculoskeletal, gynaecology, pelvis, testicular and vascular examinations. You can, therefore be assured that your health is in good hands.


Our range of ultrasound examinations include the abdomen, pelvis, kidneys, bladder, prostate, ovary, testicle, scrotal, knee, shoulder, groin, ankle, wrist to name a few.

We are also experts in pregnancy ultrasound and we regularly rotate through our hospital EPU that mainly deals with recurrent miscarriage. Our full range of scans can be viewed via the site menu.


Our competitively priced private ultrasound scan services and personalised service is second to none and this is the reason our clients recommend us to friends and family.

Diagnostic Medical ultrasound scan or medical sonography as otherwise known is a painless imaging technique  utilising sound waves to produce internal images of the body.
It is called ultrasound as the sound frequency being used is at the region of 1 to 20MHz. The  human ear cant can’t hear these frequencies.
The sound waves are produced by the transducer or the probe as most commonly known. As they travel through the body they bounce back to the transducer due to various differences in tissues. The returning echoes are picked up by the probe and a powerful computer analyses the echoes and creates the image on the screen.
There are various kinds of ultrasound scans that can be performed and each looks at different organs of the body such as tendons, muscles, joints, blood vessels, liver, kidneys, uterus and ovaries to confirm or exclude possible pathology.
Unlike Ct and MRI, ultrasound does not use radiation and therefore is pregnancy friendly. It is also live and is ideal for musculo-skeletal exams to evaluate moving joints.

International Ultrasound Services London specialises in diagnostic private ultrasound scans to provide you with quick diagnosis and the much-needed reassurance about your health, within a convenient location. The cost of a private ultrasound scan shouldn’t be prohibited when it comes to someone’s wellbeing. This is why our prices are competitive and affordable with no compromise to the level of care. The price you see is the price you pay with no hidden extras. We have hundreds of happy clients including GP’s, consultants, radiologists and midwives to name a few. Some of our clients choose us when large, well established ultrasound scanning companies failed them in diagnostic accuracy and especially aftercare. We offer ultrasound scan appointments via our online booking system or on the phone.

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