- 3D Baby Scans..
Complete waste of money, unless there is some medical reason for having one. Save your money for when you have a real one in your hands.
If you want to see what a foetus / baby looks like at 26 weeks, the Royal College of Surgery Museum in London has plenty of real ones in glass jars.Posted 4 years agouphillcursingSubscriber
It can be a scarily accurate vision of how little one looks once they are here. It can also be an expensive waste of time and money. Depends on having fluid in the correct place and and a baby that plays the game positioning wise.
Also contributing to the overall effect is the Sonographer and the machine they are using. The technology has been round for ten years and so an old system with this function could be way less capable of nice 3D/4D scans.
You pays your money and you takes your chance. In the end though most people are ecstatic with the results. Think how many grainy, creased, black and white twelve week scans you have had thrust under you nose in the past.
edited for missing LESSPosted 4 years ago
The only time I ever felt more than a bit of scientific curiosity was when I saw the tiny beating heart of our second when we thought she might be dead.
We had a dating scan as the missus was somewhat irregular prior to us finding out she was pregnant. seeing teh heart for teh first time in what’s our first baby ranks amongst the most amazing moments in my lifePosted 4 years agomolgripsSubscriber
seeing teh heart for teh first time in what’s our first baby ranks amongst the most amazing moments in my life
See, I never got this. I knew there was a beating heart in there, but it was just a foetus to me. Listening to my four year old disgorge the contents of her bonkers four year old brain is much more amazing to me, it happens many times a day 🙂Posted 4 years ago
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