Cervical Length Scan

£ 90.00 RRP
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16 to 40 weeks

Available to women from 16 years of age.

This ultrasound scan is recommended especially for women with a history of late miscarriage, multiple pregnancy or have previously had surgery on the cervix. It is performed trans-vaginally to obtain optimum clarity and results and can be part of a monitoring process for premature labour prevention.

All scans are performed by a qualified Sonographer with diagnostic scanning experience.

Pregnancy Scan - Cervical Length Scan in black and White
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Primary purpose of the scan

Perform an internal ultrasound scan to measure and assess the cervix between 16 - 40 weeks gestation.

Includes:

  • Length measurement of the cervix
  • Assessment for signs of an incompetent cervix where it begins to dilate
  • Babybond wellbeing check and 2D ultrasound b/w prints in sleeve of your baby
  • Ultrasound Direct toMOBILE delivery of your scan images and report

Pre-scan preparation

A trans-vaginal scan with consent.

Need to expose lower part of abdomen so ideally wear 2 piece garments i.e trousers or skirt and top.

Please empty your bladder prior to examination.

Maintain normal medication.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are your sonographers qualified?
Yes. All our sonographers are fully trained and qualified to perform ultrasound scans and many of them also work in the NHS locally. Scans with Ultrasound Direct will always be performed by a qualified professional whose primary interest is your health. All our sonographers take care to follow the latest safety guidelines and are registered with the HCPC. We’re also registered with the independent regulator the Care Quality Commission to ensure the highest standards possible.
What if I get bad news during my scan?

In the event of unexpected findings: we will offer clear advice on the next steps available to you and will offer to contact the local hospital on your behalf.

Should you receive bad news in your scan you are welcome to take time in private in our clinics to process the news and gather your thoughts before leaving: we never want you to feel rushed.

Are children welcome in the scan room?
Yes! The number of guests you can bring in for a scan is listed with the scan on our website. We only ask that any guests are well behaved: that includes children, excited partners and new grandparents!

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