Peeka-Boo! I See U! Ultrasound Images

**Usually the best 3d ultrasound pictures can be obtained
between 28 and 32 weeks gestation**

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2D Ultrasound   28-32 Weeks   Expressions   Twins   Hands and Feet   Small Babies




Expressions

Sometimes babies surprise us with some incredible facial expressions like smiles, smirks, grimaces and yawns.
If we are lucky, we may see your baby with it's eyes open! This is a rare and exciting moment. More often than not, it happens later in the pregnancy.

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Twins and Multiples

If you come for an ultrasound with twins or multiples, you should expect to get pictures of each baby on their own rather than together.
It is often difficult to get a picture with twins or multiples together due to their position and space in the womb.
Usually, it is easier to get a picture of one baby and not the others (also due to their position).
Be assured, that we will do our very best to get a 3d ultrasound of all of your babies!

To get a good image with any baby, we require a good amount of amniotic fluid in front of them.
Therefore, due to the restricted space and gestational timing for twins, we recommend coming earlier for your 3d Ultrasound.
Usually 27 weeks and earlier is best. Please see below for some pictures of twins together.
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Hands and Feet

Babies are so flexible and oftentimes we find their feet in front of their faces!
Usually, babies have their hands near their face as this is very instinctual.
They are developing the rooting reflex and we find they suck on their thumbs a lot!
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Small Babies

Development happens on a daily basis. When scanning babies earlier in the pregnancy, we can see that
they haven't had as much time to develop fat cells under their skin.
They are virtually skin and bones.... still amazing.... but very small.
They are often very wiggly because they have so much room to move around.

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