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FAQs on Ultrasound Scan - How safe is this method of screening

FAQs on Ultrasound Scan - How safe is this method of screening

Here are some FAQs on ultrasound to enlighten some of you who have doubts on this method of fetal testing. Contrary to belief, ultrasound is a perfectly safe method of checking on fetal anatomies. In fact many women have 2 or more scans during their pregnancy term.

What is an ultrasound?

How safe is this method of screening?

How is ultrasound scanning important?

What about the cost of the scans?

What is the twenty-week ultrasound?

I have heard of ultrasound bonding. What is it exactly?

How accurate is this method of screening for calculating gestational age, sex of the baby etc?

What is a transvaginal scan? Is it very different from the belly ultrasound scan?

Tell me more about the types of ultrasound scans available these days?

I noticed that during a routine ultrasound some data was recorded and calculated. What is being calculated here?

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