We have suspended bookings for Gender Scans until further notice. Sexing of your baby is available as a non-primary purpose from 16 weeks to 36 weeks with the following essential scans:
quickASSURE (from 16 weeks)
NIPT (from 16 weeks)
Anomaly (from 19 weeks)
Growth (from 24 weeks)
This is to help provide more capacity for urgent scan appointments whilst the NHS is under unprecedented pressure. We appreciate your understanding and hope to be able to offer this scan again soon.
Available to women from 16 years of age.
Private ultrasound gender scan optimised for fast results.
We have performed hundreds of thousands of gender scans and remain the UK's leading private provider. Our highly accurate* professional opinion is based on a dedicated protocol plus the experience gained since 1998 in using 2D ultrasound to show parents the sex of their baby. Your choice of a free rescan is included if your baby’s position is not favourable on the day for the primary purpose of this scan.
All scans performed by a qualified Sonographer with obstetric ultrasound scanning experience.
*Please note ultrasound alone can never provide a 100% guarantee of the sex of your baby, however our experience in providing accurate gender opinions is the foremost in the UK.
Sexing of your baby is complimentary with our Anomaly, Growth, Presentation, 4D Bonding and simply4D scans
Babybond wellbeing check of fetal heartbeat and movement with professional opinion on the sex of the baby using ultrasound, available from 18 - 30 weeks gestation. Only for single pregnancies – see Gender scan for multiple pregnancies.
When the primary purpose of your scan is completed, here are some popular recording media extras and unique gender reveal ideas our justGENDER scan clients take home with them (subject to availability):
Need to expose abdomen so ideally wear 2 piece garment i.e. trousers or skirt and top.
If you are less than 20 weeks, we recommend that you drink some water or other clear fluids and do not empty your bladder prior to your appointment.
Any pregnancy scans referred to as "non-diagnostic" should be avoided.
It implies that the (diagnostic) ultrasound equipment is not being used in accordance with manufacturer's guidelines, that the person operating it may not be a health care professional or following their duty of care requirements (i.e. ignoring any incidental findings), may not be professionally insured and are ignoring the fundamental safety guideline set out by the DoH in the UK.
All of our pregnancy scans include a minimum of a well-being check, are carried out by health care professionals who will act upon their duty of care with incidental findings and who can write clinical reports.
Our ultrasound systems are sourced through official channels and are set-up and operated to the manufacturer's guidelines.
Very rarely, there may be a problem that is totally unexpected and we are the bearers of bad news.
Never easy to hear, we will ensure you have the time, support and a plan of care arranged. We will continue our course of support for as long as you need us.
If you become concerned about any aspect of your scan, the images and recordings you have taken home or you wish to make a complaint, you can contact the clinic where you had your scan and our staff will discuss any concerns that you may have.
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.
We use the latest and safest technology to transfer your images to your device so you can share them with loved ones as soon as you leave the clinic
We also offer a more comprehensive Gender scan from 16 weeks