at Window to the Womb Eastbourne
Eastbourne Early Pregnancy Clinic
Call: 01323 368400
(Phone Lines: Mon- Fri: 8.30am to 8.30pm | Sat - Sun: 9.00am to 5.30pm)
Window to the Womb
67-69 South St,
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Early Pregnancy Scans Available at Eastbourne
Our private early pregnancy ultrasound clinic in Eastbourne provides early dating, reassurance & viability scans from 6+ weeks. We can also provide specialist early scans that can be adapted to suit all pregnancy need. The firstScan clinic is operated within Window to the Womb Eastbourne but appointments are available at different times/days to later pregnancy scans such as gender or 4D to ensure a personal and professional service throughout. Your specialist early pregnancy (1st trimester) sonographer will complete your scan with the support of a scan chaperone who is there to answer any questions you may have. We cover Eastbourne, Brighton, Tunbridge Wells & more.
Please note, to book a scan with firstScan, a positive pregnancy test result is required.
Viability Scan6 Weeks to 10+6 Weeks
Dating Scan8 Weeks to 12+6 Weeks
Reassurance Scan12 Weeks to 15+6 Weeks
Bleeding / Pain Symptoms6 Weeks to 15+6 Weeks
Previous Recurrent Miscarriages6 Weeks to 15+6 Weeks
Previous Ectopic Pregnancy6 Weeks to 15+6 Weeks
Fertility Treatment (IVF)6 Weeks to 15+6 Weeks
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What to Expect at Your Appointment:
When arriving for your early pregnancy scan you will be greeted by one of our friendly chaperone team who will accompany you throughout your visit with us. Prior to the scan you will be asked to fill in some details about yourself, this pregnancy and any previous pregnancies so we can understand your reasons for booking an early pregnancy scan with us but also to ensure the appropriate care is provided. If you are pre 10 weeks’ gestation at the time of your appointment a trans-vaginal scan is medically recommended as per NICE guidelines for more accurate, diagnostic results. (You will not need to attend with a full bladder for this). If you believe you are 10 weeks+ the scan will be conducted abdominally, and a full bladder is required. Please note a trans-vaginal scan is with consent and can be declined however this can affect the accuracy of the results. For further information on trans-vaginal scanning please click here. Your scan will be conducted by our fully registered and qualified sonographers who will talk you through the findings following your scan and provide you with an early pregnancy obstetric report and print to take home. In the event that ongoing care is required we will arrange this for you and provide any relevant documentation for your follow up appointment with your local NHS trust. Should you have any questions/concerns about the scan please speak with the clinic team directly prior to your appointment.