Ultrasound FAQ's

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Frequently Asked Questions about Ultrasound


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What is the difference between 2D/3D/4D ultrasounds?

Two dimensional or 2D ultrasounds is the standard ultrasound that is used to view the baby and reveal the gender. Three dimensional or 3D ultrasounds is a more detailed image, a picture that is used to see the baby’s physical characteristics like face, body, hands, or feet. The 4D is just the 3D in motion like a video.

Is there any preparation for my ultrasound appointment?

To help obtain the best images possible, make sure to drink plenty of water for at least a week prior to your appointment. Drinking plenty of water throughout your pregnancy can impact the quality of your images. Hydration can increase the amniotic fluid and improve the clarity of your ultrasound. You can also eat or drink something with sugar in it, as your diet permits, about 5 minutes prior to your appointment to get the baby moving.

Is ultrasound safe?

Ultrasound is a safe procedure that has been used for decades. It has been used to monitor pregnancies without any evidence of harmful effects to mother or baby. We ask that you consult with your physician prior to scheduling so that he/she may address any concerns that you may have and is also aware that you plan to get an elective ultrasound performed.

What is a good time to have my gender reveal?

We recommend having your gender reveal session around 16 or 17 weeks which gives your baby time to mature but will perform it as early as 15 weeks.

May I bring friends and family to my appointment or have then at my home during my mobile ultrasound appointment?

Of course, we encourage both! This is a time you get to share with your loved ones that will be long remembered so please take advantage of the bonding time with your baby and share it with your closest loved ones. Please let us know ahead of time approximately how many people will be attending your appointment with you. There will be no need of a count if it is being done at your location.

Can I bring children to my appointment?

Yes! This is a special time that to share with the little ones as well so bring them along. We just ask that they be supervised at all times.

How can I pay for my ultrasound?

We accept cash and credit cards only. You can take advantage of the pay now option on our package page or choose the deposit option and pay the remainder in full at the time of your appointment. These ultrasounds are for entertainment purposes only so we do not accept any form of insurance.

Am I always going to get a picture of my child's face?

The cooperation and positioning of the baby is going to be key. Some babies are very photogenic and willing to show it all while others may be more shy and a full frontal face shot may not be possible. The following factors can affect the image quality: baby’s position, size, and movement, maternal tissue, and amount of amniotic fluid. We do everything possible to give you the experience you are looking for with the time that is available.

What is the best time for a 3d/4d ultrasound?

This depends on what kind of image you are looking for from 16 weeks to 34 weeks the images will be very different. The earlier you are the more of the baby you will see while the later you wait the more of the facial detail but less of the entire baby. We have an easy comparison picture listed on the homepage to give you a visual of the way your baby will be changing in your womb and what the image will look like at the weeks listed. We offer 15% off discount to returning customers for the mommies that want multiple 3d/4d ultrasounds of their little one to watch them grow. If you only plan to have one 3d/4d session during your entire pregnancy we recommend waiting till you are 30 weeks. This will give you a better chance of getting a detailed image of your little one’s face.

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