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15/01/2013 at 11:00
I was 32 weeks pregnant when I went for my first 4D Scan with my daughter.I am now pregnant with my second child a boy and I have booked my 4D Scan at 32 weeks as well.
I will recommend this scan to any pregnant woman as it was an unbelievable experience for my husband and I. What my daughter looked like in the scan was exactly the same as when she was born.
16/01/2013 at 14:09
i was only 16 weeks with my now 1 yr old and it was amazing, he was fully formed, got amazing pics and i even found out i was having a little boy, im now 16 weeks pregnant and got a 4d appointment booked for half 10 tomorrow, cant wait to see my little bundle and to see what im having.
16/01/2013 at 22:11
I'm a Sonographer that works in the NHS and also privately doing 3D/4D scans. The best time to get good pics is 26-28 weeks. Sometimes baby is not always in a ideal position, so we may need to bring you back a week later. Therefore anytime up to 32 weeks we can still get good views of baby if behaving. It really all depends on the position of the baby however. I have managed to get some amazing pics up to 36 weeks if there is a good amount of fluid in front of baby's face. Anything before 24 weeks, baby can look quite skeletal and scary looking. It doesn't have a lot of fat around its face so you cant see its features as well...whether its got dads's nose or mum's lips etc.
Hope this has helped.
08/10/2016 at 01:32
I'm 26 weeks pregnant with my 1st child and i was wondering when it's best to get a 3D/4D scan done. My auntie had her scan recentley at 28 weeks & 3 days (with her 2nd child) and she said the quality wasn't good she would recommend to have it done from 30/32 weeks onwards.
I'm going to wait till I'm 32 weeks, what do you other mums think its ok to have it at 32 weeks? OPINIONS PLEASE?
Thankyou in advance to anyone who gives me advice back x
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