Private Early Pregnancy Ultrasound Scan

6 –  8 Weeks

All Fees inclusive

Lines Open
Mon – Fri | 8 AM – 7 PM
Sat | 8 AM – 4 PM
Sun | Closed

Performed by Specialist Doctors registered and regulated by:

What’s Included with my early pregnancy ultrasound?

An early pregnancy scan is usually performed shortly after finding out you are pregnant.

This is usually 6 to 8 weeks after conception and the purpose of the scan is to confirm the pregnancy, assess early viability and to provide an accurate date of the pregnancy (the scan is often referred to as viability or dating scan).

If you experience any pain or bleeding in your early pregnancy, we advise having an ultrasound to check all is well. If you have experienced a miscarriage previously, we also advise having an early pregnancy ultrasound to assess the pregnancy.

We aim to provide you with the confidence and reassurance you deserve in the hands of our experienced team.

  • Our team will ensure that the pregnancy is in the correct location inside the uterus rather than ectopic (outside the uterus), which can result in complications.
  • We will measure the size of a gestational sac or an embryo to confirm the age of the foetus and provide an estimated due date.
  • We will visualise and listen to the foetal heartbeat to assess its viability.
  • Access to onsite obstetrics and gynaecology consultants if further consultation is required.

At Harley Street Ultrasound we aim to perform your scan in the most comfortable way we can for you.

The scan is performed with the ultrasound placed gently over the abdomen with gel to allow the sound waves to travel through the skin.

Occasional, however, if the pregnancy is at its earliest stages, it may be necessary to perform an internal transvaginal scan to assess the viability accurately.

Both methods are usually painless, however, some women may have minor discomfort on internal examinations.

We strive to ensure your comfort at all times and are happy to discuss any concerns or issues you may have.

We advise drinking a few glasses of water an hour before your ultrasound as a full bladder will improve the visibility of your pregnancy on our external ultrasound scan.

Early Pregnancy Ultrasound

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Testimonials

5/5

Private Early Pregnancy Ultrasound

6 - 8 weeks

99 Harley Street, London W1G 6AQ

What’s Included with my early pregnancy ultrasound?

All Fees inclusive

Lines Open
Mon – Fri | 8 AM – 7 PM
Sat | 8 AM – 4 PM
Sun | Closed

Performed by Specialist Doctors
registered and regulated by:

An early pregnancy scan is usually performed shortly after finding out you are pregnant.

This is usually 6 to 8 weeks after conception and the purpose of the scan is to confirm the pregnancy, assess early viability and to provide an accurate date of the pregnancy (the scan is often referred to as viability or dating scan).

If you experience any pain or bleeding in your early pregnancy, we advise having an ultrasound to check all is well. If you have experienced a miscarriage previously, we also advise having an early pregnancy ultrasound to assess the pregnancy.

We aim to provide you with the confidence and reassurance you deserve in the hands of our experienced team.

  • Our team will ensure that the pregnancy is in the correct location inside the uterus rather than ectopic (outside the uterus), which can result in complications.
  • We will measure the size of a gestational sac or an embryo to confirm the age of the foetus and provide an estimated due date.
  • We will visualise and listen to the foetal heartbeat to assess its viability.
  • Access to onsite obstetrics and gynaecology consultants if further consultation is required.

At Harley Street Ultrasound we aim to perform your scan in the most comfortable way we can for you.

The scan is performed with the ultrasound placed gently over the abdomen with gel to allow the sound waves to travel through the skin.

Occasional, however, if the pregnancy is at its earliest stages, it may be necessary to perform an internal transvaginal scan to assess the viability accurately.

Both methods are usually painless, however, some women may have minor discomfort on internal examinations.

We strive to ensure your comfort at all times and are happy to discuss any concerns or issues you may have.

We advise drinking a few glasses of water an hour before your ultrasound as a full bladder will improve the visibility of your pregnancy on our external ultrasound scan.

Early Pregnancy Ultrasound

Your Ultrasound Checks For:

Testimonials

5/5

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