Anomaly scans

Discussion in 'Second Trimester' started by nbrintz, May 29, 2013.

  1. nbrintz

    nbrintz Well-Known Member

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    Hi I had a private anomaly scan at 18+1 due to anxiety and report says all looks normal I phoned NHS to ask if I still need my scan with them and they said yes could there be a a reason for this anyone knows of please
     
  2. Gemsy

    Gemsy Well-Known Member

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    So the NHS can tick their boxes I am sure! :)
     
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    You'll still need your nhs scan as its them who officially monitor your pregnancy/babes progress and presumably you'll.have nhs midwives etc at the birth so they need to keep their records up to date and accurate regardless of what you arrange privately. Nothing to worry about x

    tapatalking!!
     
  5. nbrintz

    nbrintz Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys I guess this makes sense just me over worrying again x
     
  6. flisstebbs

    flisstebbs Well-Known Member

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    I think if your nhs team will be the ones making decisions about your obstetric care, it makes sense that they want to be sure about uss results. I'm not saying there's anything wrong about private companies doing scans, but often they don't have to adhere to the same standards, so you're always slightly worried to take their word for it!! Try not to worry, enjoy another chance to see the little one!
     

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