Nuchal scan accurate dating
It is first detectable from about 4-5 weeks’ gestation and reaches the required level needed to test for Down syndrome by 10 weeks’ gestation in most pregnancies. We can undertake Sex Chromosome Aneuploidy screening on request to evaluate the X and Y chromosomes.The most common sex chromosome aneuploidies include Monosomy X (Turner Syndrome), XXY or XXYY (Klinefelter Syndrome), XXX (Triple X Syndrome or Trisomy X) and XXY.Please bring your hand held notes with you to the scan.Most clinics can comfortably accommodate 5 guests including children for this scan.We can do this without revealing the babies sex if you do not want to know, however, if your baby tests high risk for any of these the gender will be revealed.
An invasive test is required to confirm the result.
If your baby’s position is not favorable to do this on the day however, we cannot offer a free rescan for this purpose.
**4DFREEVIEW This scan includes viewing your baby in live 4D from available views and thermal b/w 3D scan prints at no extra charge.
To test for Down's syndrome and certain other genetic conditions (T18 and 13 and Turners syndrome) from a maternal blood sample.
The ultrasound scan will determine viability, if single or multiple fetus are present and accurately date your pregnancy.
By booking a NIPT appointment with us you are agreeing to your personal information being shared with the relevant partners solely for the purpose of this test.