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 pregnancy can be seen from as early as 6 weeks from the first day of your last period (LMP) and not the date of conception.If you have had any bleeding or pain or any other symptoms then this scan will accurately confirm viability.
If you choose not to have this scan your choice will be respected and you will be offered a later pregnancy management scan.They are also available should your midwives not be or if you live in Kingsbridge, Ivybridge or Salcombe. We hope that these videos will help you whilst you are pregnant.Obstetricians are available should you experience complications in your pregnancy, or if you wish for a consultation. If you have any questions, please ask your Midwife. Although we are able to see an amazing amount of detail, it is impossible to identify all abnormalities.We at MUMS understand that the first few months of pregnancy can be quite an anxious time for many women with various concerns as to whether the pregnancy is developing normally or that it may result in a miscarriage or even an ectopic pregnancy.An ) provides reassurance in this very early stage of your pregnancy.