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The Original Window to the womb 4D Baby scan studio Celebrating your miracle of life.....
The Original Window to the womb 4D Baby scan studio Celebrating your miracle of life.....

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Our Professional Approach.

The Original Window to the Womb’s approach is always to put health and wellbeing first, which of course can only be achieved by following all the guidance set out by BMSU, and The CQC.

Our Sonographers are all specially trained and fully qualified health care professionals, who are state registered with the Health Care Professions Council. They are bound by professional codes of practice and conduct. All are qualified in ultrasound to Masters Level and hold the recognised national qualifications to ensure that they are competent to practice. They all have many years of experience.

The Original Window to the Womb is registered with the Care Quality Commission.

Safe in our hands
4D HD-Live scanning use the same ultrasound technology that hospitals use during normal 2D diagnostic scans, the technology simply includes more advanced imaging software, which creates the 3D/4D imaging.
This technology has been used for many years, and there is no current evidence of any biological risk to mother or baby associated with obstetric ultrasound scans. (Obstetric ultrasound, biological effects and safety (no 160, June 2005) SOGC clinical practice guidelines from JOGC) Worth reading this article by David Liu, head of the foetal care unit at Nottingham City Hospital.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2005/jun/23/thisweekssciencequestions2
We take the safety of you and your baby very seriously and see no need to take any unnecessary risks. We have adopted the ALARA (As Low as Reasonably Possible) principle, which means that we have our equipment preset to the lowest possible settings, whilst imposing a maximum amount of time we will expose your baby to the ultrasound. Therefore, even our longest scans will not last for more than 15 minutes, to comply with these guidelines.
We also follow BMUS (British Medical Ultrasound Society) guidelines for the safe use of diagnostic ultrasound equipment and we regularly update our ultrasound scans based on BMSU guidance.
For added peace-of-mind, we only use the most advanced, modern Voluson ultrasound machine available, which is regularly serviced.
If you have any doubts, please feel free to ask advice from your own doctor or midwife before visiting.

For package prices and to check availability
https://theoriginalwttw.co.uk/packages-prices/

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What questions could you ask at your first antenatal appointment – here are a few. Q. Can I be sure I’m pregnant? Over-the-counter pregnancy tests are reliable. You can do a pregnancy test on the first day of a missed period. If you don’t know when your…
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Our approach is always to put health and wellbeing first, which of course can only be achieved by following all the guidance set out by BMSU, and The CQC – click the titles to open their website’s in new tabs. Our Sonographers are all specially trained…
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Pregnancy tests are an easy and accurate way to find out if you’re pregnant – you just pee on a stick. They are inexpensive and available at Chemists and most superstores. How accurate are pregnancy tests? Pregnancy tests are very accurate when you use…
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Predicting the Sex of Your Baby by Fetal Heart Rate

Your baby's heart will begin to beat from 5/6 weeks of pregnancy. We can see your baby’s heart beating on a ultrasound scan, as a tiny flicker, depending on the age of the pregnancy, your body shape, the amount of subcutaneous fat, and the location of the uterus. We may use a vaginal probe or a transabdominal probe. Both are painless, we may have to press down on your tummy but this does not hurt your baby as they are well protected by the amniotic fluid.
By 10 weeks, your baby’s heart will be beating about 170 to 200 beats per minute. This will gradually slow down to 120 to 160 bpm during the middle part of pregnancy.

Everyone’s heart rates fluctuate at all stages of their life. If your baby moves, his or her heart rate goes up, so, we aren't looking at your baby's heart rate fluctuation, but rather his or her average resting heart rate which of course would require monitoring over a period of time, which is definitely not recommended, for safety’s sake.
There is no difference in a boy's and girl's heartbeat during pregnancy. Baby’s heart rate will change frequently as they sleep, play or just relax.

Old-wives tale.
All over the world people have been second guessing the sex of their baby before birth, looking at differences in pregnant women and then looking at the sex of the babies born. If the heart is beating faster than 140 beats per minute, it’s a girl. If it’s lower than 140 bpm, it’s a boy.
This is where the many Old-wives tales started.
Old-wives tales are not based in fact and do not hold up to scientific evidence.
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The umbilical cord is genetically part of your baby. When an egg is fertilised, it divides into two parts. One part becomes the embryo and the other becomes the placenta. The embryonic cells under-go many changes, but one of the first things to happen is…
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28 weeks. beautiful baby scan. just love our new Voluson scanner!

https://theoriginalwttw.co.uk/gallery/pictures/hdlive/
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here are differences in the types of ultrasounds done during pregnancy.

All ultrasounds use sound waves to create a picture and software on our Voluson S8 ultrasound machine to build up the image of your miracle of life.

2D Scanning
2D is a two-dimensional image.
Eg; The blank and white scan you see at your 12 week dating and 20 anomaly NHS hospital scan.

2D is widely used for diagnostic purposes.
This is also the most accurately way of gendering and finding out the sex of your baby from as early as 16 weeks with the Original Window to the womb. We are proud to have a 99.9% gender accuracy on all of our scans.
Before 16 weeks gender is only 60/40% accurate due to babies not being developed enough.

3D Baby Scanning
3D & 4D or three-dimensional images, and now four-dimensional images or 4D, have become extremely popular.

Over 30,000 babies scanned at the Original Window to the Womb
The Original Window To The Womb was created in 2003 and have scanned over 30,000 babies. We are very proud to have been part of such an exciting and emotional part of peoples’ lives over the years.

In simple terms, 3D is a 3 dimensional image (a still photo)

4D Baby Scanning
The 4th dimension is time, so it’s the movement you see when you visit us. This can also be captured on a DVD to take home with you.

HD Live Baby Scanning
The latest on most real technology is now HD Live available at our Nottingham studio, with the very latest 2018 software.

The HD live creates a back light which lets you see every details of your babies features.

Who knows what the future of ultrasound will bring to us next??
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Babies eyes start developing around weeks 5 to 7 and by week 20 they are almost completely formed, but the eyelid is still fused closed so that the retina can fully develop. By week 26 some babies start blinking and by week 28 they can open their eyes…
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Our Professional Approach.

The Original Window to the Womb’s approach is always to put health and wellbeing first, which of course can only be achieved by following all the guidance set out by BMSU, and The CQC.

Our Sonographers are all specially trained and fully qualified health care professionals, who are state registered with the Health Care Professions Council. They are bound by professional codes of practice and conduct. All are qualified in ultrasound to Masters Level and hold the recognised national qualifications to ensure that they are competent to practice. They all have many years of experience.

The Original Window to the Womb is registered with the Care Quality Commission.

Safe in our hands
4D HD-Live scanning use the same ultrasound technology that hospitals use during normal 2D diagnostic scans, the technology simply includes more advanced imaging software, which creates the 3D/4D imaging.
This technology has been used for many years, and there is no current evidence of any biological risk to mother or baby associated with obstetric ultrasound scans. (Obstetric ultrasound, biological effects and safety (no 160, June 2005) SOGC clinical practice guidelines from JOGC) Worth reading this article by David Liu, head of the foetal care unit at Nottingham City Hospital.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2005/jun/23/thisweekssciencequestions2
We take the safety of you and your baby very seriously and see no need to take any unnecessary risks. We have adopted the ALARA (As Low as Reasonably Possible) principle, which means that we have our equipment preset to the lowest possible settings, whilst imposing a maximum amount of time we will expose your baby to the ultrasound. Therefore, even our longest scans will not last for more than 15 minutes, to comply with these guidelines.
We also follow BMUS (British Medical Ultrasound Society) guidelines for the safe use of diagnostic ultrasound equipment and we regularly update our ultrasound scans based on BMSU guidance.
For added peace-of-mind, we only use the most advanced, modern Voluson ultrasound machine available, which is regularly serviced.
If you have any doubts, please feel free to ask advice from your own doctor or midwife before visiting.

For package prices and to check availability
https://theoriginalwttw.co.uk/packages-prices/

Our Packages and Prices
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