Early Pregnancy Ultrasound
Are you curious to know if you are expecting a boy/girl? Then you can find out with this ultrasound. If you prefer to be surprised, we will give you a card in a sealed envelope.
We perform the gender scan from about 15 weeks of pregnancy.
This ultrasound is not reimbursed and is therefore at your own expense. You must pay by invoice/bank transfer after the ultrasound.
You can opt for the NIPT if you want to find out during the pregnancy whether your child has Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome or Patau syndrome.
People with Down syndrome have an intellectual disability. A person is born with it. In some it is more serious than in others. It is not possible to tell in advance.
Edwards syndrome and Patau syndrome are far less common than Down syndrome. They are very serious conditions. In most cases the child will die before or around birth.
First Trimester Screening / 13-Week Ultrasound
The 13-week scan is a medical examination to detect any physical abnormalities in your child. This ultrasound can be performed if you are between 12+3 and 14+3 weeks pregnant.
You decide whether you want the 13-week ultrasound. This examination is very similar to the 20-week ultrasound.
Please note: You can only opt for the 13-week ultrasound if you participate in the IMITAS scientific study.
Anatomy Scan / 20-Week ultrasound
The 20-week ultrasound is also known as the anatomy scan. It is part of prenatal screening.
The main purpose of this ultrasound is to detect spina bifida (split spine). Nowadays, other congenital defects can also be detected. The anatomy scan is part of the prenatal screening, It is done between 18 and 22 weeks of pregnancy and preferably between 19 and 20 weeks.
Fetal Growth Scan
Gynaecological Ultrasound / IUD Placement Check
During pregnancy and shortly after the birth of your child, you will be offered various screenings (examinations). These are the NIPT, 13- and 20-week ultrasounds. On this page you’ll find all information about the screenings.