Early private scan

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  1. Selina13

    Selina13 Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies,

    Just wondering how many of you are having a private scan?

    I have booked for when I'll be between 8/9 weeks but I'm desperate to go sooner (maybe 7/8 wk).

    What did you see on yours from 6-9 weeks, would love to see your pics!!!

    Part of me thinks I need to be patient so we see more but I'm so excited and want it to feel real!

    Thoughts and pics please! Xx
     
  2. Slb24

    Slb24 Well-Known Member

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    I had an 5 & 8 week scan with my first. This time I've had nhs scans anyway. One at 5 weeks, 6+3 and then 8+3. I will add pics in a min. I would say wait until 8 weeks as Baby will have more of a baby shape lol but if you can't wait then you should see a heartbeat from 6 weeks. But book in for 7 Incase you're a little earlier xx
     
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    Slb24 Well-Known Member

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    5 weeks. Just a yolk sac. No heartbeat. X


     
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    Slb24 Well-Known Member

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    Abdominal. 6+3. Heartbeat seen xx


     
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    Slb24 Well-Known Member

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    8 weeks. First baby. Private scan. I think I was 8 +4 xx


     
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    8+3. Abdominal. Heartbeat seen. This baby. Nhs scan xx


     
  7. mummywanabe

    mummywanabe Well-Known Member

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    This was my scan at 9 weeks with my son I had a scan at 7 weeks but baby just looked like a wee smudge, you're better holding off to 8-9 weeks if you want to see something
     

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    Selina13 Well-Known Member

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    Ahhhhh so cute!!! Thank you for sharing ladies!;)

    Yeah I thought as much regarding waiting. I'll keep my appointment then!! Xxx
     
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    russellmuscle Well-Known Member

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    Hi there

    I had my first wee boys early scan at 7w - just mainly seen a wee blob (with heart beat).

    This one I went at 8w and have attached a pic. Seen a little arm waving and baby lying on his side.

    xxxx
     

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    Selina13 Well-Known Member

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    Ahhh lovely! Xx
     
  11. louise2610

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    Selina, if it's reassurance that it's a viable pregnancy & worried about that then go earlier. However, if you're hoping to see something more than a flickering blob /smudge then as others have posted keep your original scan appointment. You'll see so much more. Congrats & good luck 🍀
     
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    Early viability pic 7+2
     

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    12 weeks scan
     

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    I had one at 9-10 weeks. I'll attach my pic xx[​IMG]


     

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