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Early Pregnancy Scans are not routinely offered on the NHS but you may have one privately without affecting your NHS entitlement.

Sometimes it is requested by a doctor or midwife to confirm that your pregnancy is healthy (in this case your scan is often called a viability scan) and to calculate the date when your baby is due (usually referred to as a dating scan).

This is a guide to ultrasound scans and their significance for early pregnancy.

Ultrasound scans send high frequency sound waves through the uterus to allow us to assess pregnancy and fetal wellbeing.

This early pregnancy dating scan (ante-natal scan) is useful for those who: Are experiencing pain or bleeding in the pregnancy Had a previous miscarriages Had a previous ectopic pregnancy Are unsure of date of last menstrual period And for those who need reassurance prior to their NHS scan, now usually performed after 12 weeks.

With many early pregnancy units stretched to over capacity, it is not always possible to get a same day appointment.

A small gestation sac in the uterus measuring approximately 3 – 4 mm Within the uterus a small gestation sac and maybe a small yolk sac within it can be seen.

The early stages in life are the most critical time.

It is reassuring to know everything is as it should be.

Early Pregnancy Scans are normally performed trans-abdominally (through your tummy) however an internal (vaginal) scan may be required at earlier gestations ie 6-7 weeks to see all the necessary detail, or if your womb tilts backwards (retroverted).

We will always try to scan trans-abdominally first but if we need to do an internal scan then this will not be harmful in any way to the baby and would be discussed prior to having the scan.

A small gestation sac in the uterus measuring approximately 3 – 4 mm Within the uterus a small gestation sac and maybe a small yolk sac within it can be seen.The early stages in life are the most critical time.It is reassuring to know everything is as it should be.Early Pregnancy Scans are normally performed trans-abdominally (through your tummy) however an internal (vaginal) scan may be required at earlier gestations ie 6-7 weeks to see all the necessary detail, or if your womb tilts backwards (retroverted).We will always try to scan trans-abdominally first but if we need to do an internal scan then this will not be harmful in any way to the baby and would be discussed prior to having the scan.It can also be performed to confirm the results of a pregnancy test or just to provide you with some reassurance that all is progressing as it should be.