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Singleton Pregnancy Scans

Three scans are required throughout the pregnancy-

  • NT scan at 12 weeks
  • Anomaly scan between 18 and 24 weeks
  • Growth scan at 32-34 weeks of gestation

In high-risk pregnancies, the scans might be performed more often in order to recommend the right time for the delivery of a healthy baby.

Multiple Pregnancy Scans

  • NT scan between 11 weeks and 3 days and 13 weeks and 6 days
  • Ultrasound scans every 4 weeks with an aim to deliver the twins at around 37 weeks.In identical twins, the frequency of the scans are-
  • NT scan between 11 weeks and 3 days and 13 weeks and 6 days
  • Ultrasound scans every 2 weeks starting from 16 weeks of gestation due to the specific complications associated with the type of twins

In other higher-order multiple pregnancies, the frequency of the scans depends on the growth and the blood flow in all babies

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