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Questions you should ask when you have a pregnancy ultrasound

questions to ask at your pregnancy ultrasound

Ultrasounds can be such an exciting part of pregnancy! It’s your first glimpse of the precious new life growing inside you, and can quite an emotional time for mummies-to-be. Of course, ultrasounds aren’t just about taking a happy snap of your baby to hang on the fridge until he or…


Baby blinking on 4D ultrasound

This clip taken at our practice captured a 34 week fetus opening and closing their eyes. It was such a special moment for mum, and a lovely moment for our staff too! [video width="800" height="600" mp4="http://www.cfwu.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/3660047.mp4"][/video]  


Preparing for your ultrasound appointment

preparing for your ultrasound

If you’re about to attend a pregnancy ultrasound with the Centre For Women’s Ultrasound, you’re probably both nervous and excited! Add in a dash of baby brain, and you might find you’ve completely forgotten the things we told you on the phone. So, for all you excited mamas-to-be, we’ve created…


The impact of obstetrical ultrasounds

The impact of obstetrical ultrasounds | Centre for Women’s Ultrasound

Modern technology has transformed the pregnancy journey and turned into a much safer experience For most women today, particularly in our developed part of the world, it’s hard to imagine going through a pregnancy without having an ultrasound. But these classic black and white images of a developing baby have…


Ultrasound packages at Centre for Women’s Ultrasound

Ultrasounds are an important part of pregnancy to ensure the health of your baby At the Centre for Women’s Ultrasound, we provide the full spectrum of ultrasound and scan options for all the different stages of your pregnancy. We know that as expectant parents you want to find out as…


Why would invasive prenatal testing be recommended?

Invasive prenatal testing may be recommended if early warning signs are identified in either your nuchal translucency scan (at 11 weeks) or your fetal morphology scan (at 19 weeks). During your nuchal translucency scan we may locate extra fluid gathered at the back of the fetus’ neck, which can be…