Getting a 3D ultrasound is a fun way for expecting parents to meet their new baby before he or she is born. More couples than ever are requesting this state-of-the-art technology to obtain fantastic ...
Upside: Helpful information on 3D ultrasound during pregnancy
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Ultrasound Services With a 3D/4D ultrasound, images of your little one will come to life! From a yawn to a stretch, or the beating of your baby's heart, your ultrasound session will give you a ...
Upside: Site which helps you find a 3D/4d ultrasound locations near you
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It's risky business taking pictures of unborn babies when there's no medical need to do so. That's the word from the Food and Drug Administration, which is concerned about companies trying to turn an ...
Upside: Government site with perspective on 3D/4D ultrasounds
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What is ultrasound? * to evaluate movement, tone, and breathing, * to identify sex (not 100% reliable), * to assess the amount of amniotic fluid, * as an adjunct to cervical cerclage or suture, * to ...
Upside: Detailed explanation on having an ultrasound and 3D/4D ultrasounds with community comments
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Many businesses offer ultrasound pictures and videos of unborn babies for entertainment purposes, but some experts say these fun pictures could be harmful.
Upside: Detailed article on 3D/4D ultrasound safety
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Internal and external genital organs External genital changes in Fetus development 42 days (6 weeks) after fertilization, around week 8 of pregnancy
Upside: Excellent pictures of genitals during fetal development
Health Canada is recommending parents not expose their unborn babies to fetal ultrasound for the purpose of making keepsake videos.
Upside: Government site's information on having a 3D/4D ultrasound during pregnancy
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Ultrasound is cyclic sound pressure with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing. Although this limit varies from person to person, it is approximately 20 kilohertz (20,000 hertz) ...
Upside: Excellent user-compiled detail on ultrasounds including
some pregnancy-related information and pictures
Many pregnant women have one or more ultrasounds during their pregnancy. Also known as scans or sonograms, ultrasounds use high-frequency sound waves to create a visual image. These images are black ...
Upside: Good overview on all the types of ultrasounds you may encounter during pregnancy