9 Week Scan
firstScan at Window to the Womb
What Will I See at a 9 Week Scan?
At 9 weeks we would expect to see a tiny baby (approximately 22 millimeters) and the first flicker of baby's heart beating. When having an early pregnancy scan, it is medically recommended that the scan is carried out trans-vaginally with consent to ladies pre-10 weeks. Trans-vaginal scans offer much more clear and accurate results. With clearer results and a better view of baby, this means that you are further likely to leave your scan feeling more reassured. You may decline an internal scan if you wish - just let the sonographer know on the day of your scan.